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What is a Groundhog

Groundhog Vs Beaver: Side By Side

If you’ve ever seen a groundhog in passing, you may have thought it was a beaver. These two animals do have some similarities in appearance, but they have many differences as well. In this article, we’ll compare the groundhog vs the beaver, discussing their similarities and differences as well as which would be most likely … Read more

can a beaver cut down a tree

Why Do Beavers Cut Down Trees?

When you think of beavers, you probably think of the impressive dams they build out of logs and tree branches. Are these dams the only reason beavers chew on wood? Exactly why do beavers cut down trees, how do they do it, and how do they move the trees where they want them to go? … Read more

do beavers swim like otters

What Do Beavers Eat?

If you’ve ever caught a glimpse of a beaver felling trees, you may have wondered if they eat the wood as they go. In fact, beavers eat many different types of plants. So, what do beavers eat, exactly? What are some of their favorite foods? Are there any foods they won’t eat? Keep reading to … Read more

Groundhog Vs. Beaver: Similarities and Differences

How To Get Rid Of A Beaver In Your Yard?

Beavers are an important species in wildlife, but they can cause expensive damage if they begin encroaching on your personal space. If you’re wondering how to get rid of a beaver in your yard, you’ve come to the right place. Read on to learn more about the best way to remove beavers, as well as … Read more

Why Do Beavers Build Dams

How Do Beaver Dams Affect The Environment?

Beavers are known for the dams they create, but you may not know that these dams have a significant impact on the land and wildlife around them. So, how do beaver dams affect the environment? Do they create positive or negative impacts? And how would things change if beavers were to go extinct? In this … Read more

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