Poor photo of adult beaver, with shots of lodge and beaver working. From the Scottish Trial release area
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I look forward to seeing these chaps spreading out, though I douibt they'll get round my way, not in my lifetime anyway.
I've seen the North American version though, by sitting quietly on a riverbank, and watching them swim up and down, followed by their kits.
There used to be a tame one named Ralph at Science North in Sudbury, Ontario. His tail felt more like rubber than anything else, as I recall...
Wouldn't it be great to see a headline like the recent otter story i.e. "Beavers now in every county in Britain"? We can dream.
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