Citizen complaint of the day: The ratcoon of Causeway Street

A concerned citizen reports:

federal bldg. causeway at lomasny. some sort of giant rat like creature walking around. looks like rat with a raccoon body the size of a med size cat!

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yup

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IMAGE(http://blogs.discovery.com/.a/6a00d8341bf67c53ef012876243197970c-500wi)

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Water Rat

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or Possum

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That would be a possum.

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I didn't know there were possums in the city. Then again, I didn't know Brookline had bears.

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Probably opossum

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Most people are not used to see them in an urban context, but they're here. That rat tail is always a shocker if you don't know what it is. And, neat fact, they are marsupials.

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yep, thinking of starting an

yep, thinking of starting an opossum farm on Warwick st. They come in droves in the fall as fallen fruit starts to rot

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nutria

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could be a nutria. darker than a possum.

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no

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There are no Nutria in Boston. If it wasn't an opossum it could've been a muskrat that came up from the river.

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No link

I'm not going to post a youtube link to a 70s song about amorous muskrats.

Nope. Not me. Promise.

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Nutria?

There don't seem to be wild nutria in any part of New England, let alone Boston, so this is pretty unlikely.

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Wait until it climbs

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80 feet up the Zakim bridge, then shoot it with a tranquilizer gun.

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