Why Is the Beaver a Canadian Symbol?

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Canadian Beaver is a fat semi-aquatic rodent mammal that have exceptional swimming skills. The beaver is a Canadian symbol because it's related to the Canada's ordinary bounty.
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There is not a beaver on, in, or beside the official Canadian Flag.
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The Canadian beaver was Canada’s first natural resource which was traded
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Hi Ken, The current circulating coin designs (excepting $1 and $2) were introduced in 1937 as an attempt to modernize coinage, to coincide with the new coinage of King Edward VIII
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Facts About the Canadian Beaver
Canadian beavers (Castor canadensis) are considered to be the largest rodent in North America. They body of an adult beaver measures up to 27 inches in length, and its tails measures 12 to 16 inches long. Canadian beavers weigh between 30 and 68 lbs.... More »
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