The Life Cycle of a Beaver
Ages 6 to 12 years. From new-born to adult and all stages in between, The Life Cycle of a Beaver takes children through the captivating lives of beavers, including detailed explanations of where beavers live and how they raise their young.
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Adult beavers American beaver amphibian babies bank burrow bank lodge Beaver dams beaver grooms beaver lives Beaver partners beaver takes beaver's body beavers are called beavers are yearlings Beavers build lodges beavers eat Beavers stay beavers—the branches and logs build a lodge Capybaras castor mound tells chew cycle digs dive estrus Eurasian beaver fell trees Finding a territory finds a partner flow four kits front paws fur trade furs in Europe gathering food ground water guard hairs habitats help beavers Herbivores high bank hind paws incisors island lodge jerboas juvenile finds juvenile swims downstream keeps the beaver's kits are born kits can swim Kits learn layer of fur leaves the lodge litter lodge beavers build mammals million beavers mother beaver Nocturnal animals oil glands parents pile predators repair the lodge rodents scent shelter split claws streams tail teeth territory is occupied twigs Two-year-old beavers underfur waterproof waterways wetland young beavers