nutria is the commercial term for the fur of the South American coypou.
A nutria appeared and some friendly dogs, and we heard of tame foxes and diminutive ponies to be seen next day.
The fur of the rabbit and nutria are used in the manufacture of felt hats.
It was during this part of our day's journey that the peons made two captures of live animals in an armadillo and a nutria.
The tendency to build small detached houses noticed at nutria and at Ojo Caliente has not manifested itself here.
One was the common Magellan otter (Lutra felina), the other a nutria (Myopotamus coypu).
nutria, nū′tri-a, n. the fur of the coypou, a South American beaver.
Although it is much larger than nutria it is wholly comprised within the compact group illustrated.
Carol herself stirred Main Street by a loose coat of nutria.
There are no such evidences of connection with an older village as were found at nutria and Pescado.