Hygiene of the North American Beaver

Hygiene of the North American Beaver

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Semiaquatic Rodent Monthly often features stories that highlight the struggle of the modern beaver to acclimate to an ever-shifting climate. Just thirty years ago it was common for these river rats to nest in the dam for most of the day, focusing on menial tasks, and letting their hair grow wild. Now the enterprising beaver is out hitting the stream with a strut, a sense of purpose, and a close crop.

Let someone know you care down there. 

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