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The beaver (genus Castor) is a primarily nocturnal, large, semiaquatic rodent. Castor includes ... Beavers do not hibernate, but store sticks and logs in a pile in their ponds, eating the underbark....

Facts About Beavers - Live Science

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Oct 13, 2015 ... Beavers do not hibernate. They continue to eat and build throughout the winter. In the 16th century, the pope decreed that, due to the scaly tail ...

Beavers, Beaver Pictures, Beaver Facts - National Geographic

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Learn all you wanted to know about beavers with pictures, videos, photos, facts, ... assignments, and get helpful feedback. Do I smell carrots? a nutria. Beaver.

Beaver - Wilderness Classroom - The Wilderness Classroom

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Dec 7, 2013 ... It is common to see beaver near rivers and streams. Beavers live near water because they have short legs and do not move well on land.

Beaver Biology

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Beaver teeth never stop growing, so they do not become too worn despite years ... They live on these sticks because once their pond freezes they will no longer ...

Beaver - Castor canadensis - NatureWorks

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Beaver Dam Beavers live near rivers, streams, ponds, small lakes, and marshes. They build lodges of sticks and mud on islands, on pond banks, or on lake ...

BioKIDS - Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species, Castor canadensis ...

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Where do they live? Beavers are found throughout all of North America except for the northern regions of Canada and the deserts of the southern United States ...

Amazing facts about beavers | OneKind

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Fascinating facts about beavers including diet, size, weight, habitat, range and ... under water, and a second, dryer den where the family will live and socialise.

About Beavers » Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife

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Beavers are more than intriguing animals with flat tails and lustrous fur. American Indians called the beaver the "sacred center" of the land because this species ...

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To do this, the Beaver will use its large front teeth to bite chips off the trunk, while .... If people live near water, and don't want to lose their trees, they often have ...

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What Kind of Habitat Do Beavers Live In? | Animals - mom.me

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Beavers are sizable rodents who are part of the genus Castor. These toothy mammals spend significant portions of their lives in the water, and they usually live ...

Beavers - Living with Wildlife | Washington Department of Fish ...

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Beavers live in colonies that may contain 2 to 12 individuals. ... They do not hibernate, but are less active during winter, spending most of their time in the lodge ...

Where do beavers go in the winter? - Wilderness Classroom

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Jan 26, 2014 ... The bump was a beaver dam. In the winter we travel through many areas where beavers live. We see plenty of evidence of the beavers.