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40 Cute and Different (Just-in) Beaver Pictures

Wait! Wait! We have not had a typo error with the spellings- I am going to talk about Just -in beaver today, just that the celebrity here is the cute little shining beaver. No less than the rock star – beavers are amazingly cute. So how about some cute and different (just-in) beaver pictures to start the tale? Beavers can actually shape their environment. Jealous already? Read on to find out some amazing facts about beavers. We have also come up with these fluffy and cute animal pictures that will actually make your day. 

Cute and Different (Just-In) Beaver Pictures

Giants of Ancient Times


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In the Ice Age, beavers were massive in size. They looked just like the beavers of today, but just a lot bigger. They were known as Casteroides and could be up to 8 feet tall, weigh a massive 200 pounds and would have a semi-aquatic habit of living. The ice age beavers would be one of those cute and different just-in beaver pictures in mega sizes.
Vanilla Flavor


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Did you know that the vanilla ice cream you love or the vanilla pudding you cannot resist at the end of a meal actually has something from a beaver? Yes you are right. Beavers have a brown slimy secretion, that looks like molasses and smells like vanilla. The compound is Castoreum, originating in the castor sacs of the beaver, just under the tail. It is used as natural flavoring for food and is approved by the FDA.
Enormous Dams


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You know that beavers build dams? Well not just dams but huge ones. The largest one can be found in Alberta, 850 meters deep in thick forest. A satellite image showed the presence of this dam, and scientists think that it was built by generations of beavers.
The Romantic One


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Rare in the animal species, beavers are actually monogamous. A male starts building a dam when looking for a mate, or a new couple that has mated for life builds it. An entire family of beavers lives in one dam – the mother, the father, the young ones, and the yearlings.
Skydivers


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The local beaver population of Idaho was at one point of time threatened by some of the new human beings settling there. The Department of Fish and Game came up with an innovative solution. They used parachutes from the Second World War, dropping boxes of beavers from airplanes. About 76 beavers were transported this way, and every one of them survived the airborne journey and the fall. This would make one of those cute and different just-in beaver pictures complete – a skydiving beaver.
Orange Teeth


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Beavers have orange colored front teeth but not because of bad oral habits. They need sharp strong teeth to bite and gnaw through trunks of trees. The tooth enamel of beavers have iron which strengthens them and also gives an orange tint.
No Freezing


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The dams of beavers ensures that the lake behind will grow deep and not freeze all the way down in the winter months. Beavers usually store a cache of food at the bottom of the lake for winter, and so they need the lake not to freeze all the way over.
A Tail that Serves Many Purposes


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You must have noticed a beaver’s tail, thick, bushy and leathery. It can be 15 inches in length and 6 inches in width and is used on land as well as in water. When in water, the beaver uses the tail like a rudder while swimming, or slaps it against the water as a siren to send a warning signal to other beavers about predators lurking nearby. Also check out some cuteness overloaded animal pictures to cherish and refresh your mind.
Highly social in nature, beavers are one of the largest rodents and they make cute and different just-in beaver pictures. I wish


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Five North American Beavers (Castor canadensis) rest on top of their lodge in North Creek, Bothell, Washington. Beavers, the largest rodent in North America, live in lodges that are designed to protect them from predators. The mud that holds the sticks together freezes like concrete, making the structure virtually impenetrable. During large winter floods, however, the beavers occasionally have to evacuate the lodge and rest on its roof until the flood waters recede.

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I could just head out and pet this cute little creature today. Agree? Hi-Fi people, we are so alike. Yet, no worries, with Google we can live our virtual world just like real.

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