A beaver gets some time out of his pen at the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC) near Madden, Alta. on Feb. 8, 2012. The beaver was only four days old when he was brought into AIWC after a rancher near Big Valley checked on a dam on his property following some flooding. The rancher found the beaver huddled by its deceased mother and rescued the animal. (JAMES EMERY/QMI AGENCY)
Beavering away Naw ? Well that's not slang for the word NO = Naw, instead meant this bust beaver is NAWing away at these young trees to have enough 'weaving material' to build its home dam, and some people say '' Damn '' if don't want the river damned, as sudden dam breakage can increase flooding risk during monsoon weather periods 😱☑️
Things You Didn't Know About Being Canadian Our Beavers Built a Dam Visible From Outer Space First discovered by an environmental researcher using Google Earth in 2007, the dam is located just inside Wood Buffalo National Park, the 2nd largest protected area in the world. The dam stretches 2,790 feet.
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Castor (Beaver) - Gº Castor. Este género, de todos los que pertenecen a la familia Castoridae, es el único no extinto en su totalidad, y engloba tres especies: el castor americano (Castor canadensis), el castor europeo (Castor fiber) y el castor de Kellog (Castor californicus), éste último extinguido desde el Pleistoceno. Todas ellas habitan exclusivamente en el Hemisferio Norte. [Wikipedia]