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This video is adorable and relaxing all at once. Last year, Point Defiance Zoo welcomed its first beaver kit and it's so heckin' cute, they made this video just to show off its cuteness!

Not that we blame them at all, we can look at this little kit all day. Even though this video is a year old, the beaver kit was born perfectly healthy and living well with parents Walnut and Nutmeg. Parents Walnut and Nutmeg seem to be very chill, according to this video, letting the humans babysit as they get some more naps in. 

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Small And Round Baby Beavers (13 Pics + 2 Vids)

Let's take a moment to appreciate the small and very round beavers of the world! 

Did you know that a beaver's front two teeth never stop growing? The way they keep is shortened is by their constant gnawing on wood! They're also an animal that works together as a team to protect against predators. Beavers often create dams made of wood and mud to help protect them. And when it comes to beaver dams, it seems they have worked out some logistics. 

Usually, within a dam, there are two dens created, one is for drying off when you first exit the water and enter the den. And the second den is where beavers and their family live. Who knew these animals were such architectural engineers? Color us impressed! 

Oh, plus, they're really, really cute. 

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Pictures Of Baby Skunks And Beavers

Sometimes, we just need to see some cute baby pics of animals. 

Right now is one of those times. The baby animals featured today are skunks and beavers. Why? Because why not. 

They are heckin' adorable and we need to showcase their adorableness with you so you can feel the things we do... which is love. 

So, without further ado, please take a breather and look at some of the animals that could make your heart go "aww."

skunks beavers baby animals aww cute adorable pics photos | very cute baby skunk with its tail fluffed up | tiny baby beaver leaning into a water stream
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News From Canada: “Gator On The Loose” Turns Out To Be a Large Beaver

Brampton continues to market itself as the Florida of Canada.

Police in Brampton, Ontario, received a complaint on Saturday evening of a "five-to-six foot" alligator on the loose. After a brief investigation, police determined it was just a large beaver.

Just for reference, the average North American beaver is around a meter long, including its tail. Your average American alligator, on the other hand, is about triple that size, which opened up the whole situation to even more questions including "How do you confuse a beaver for an alligator?", "What is happening in Brampton?" and "Is social isolation melting all our brains?".



“Gator On The Loose” Turns Out To Be a Large Beaver | Twitter Canada @TwitterCanada Spot difference #Brampton pic of a cute beaver next to a pic of an alligator
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Beaver Day Is a Great Opportunity To Learn How Did He Become Canada's National Symbol

The beaver may be the national animal of Canada but the furry dam-building rodent can be found across the North American continent and Eurasia as two distinct species, but the population has been on the decline for several decades now. International Beaver Day, celebrated every year on April 7th, aims to celebrate and raise awareness of the plight of the rodent.

We thought it is a great opportunity to learn some more about how exactly did Canada pick the beaver as its national symbol. 

How Did the beaver Become Canada's National Symbol | beaver is national animal Canada and is featured on Canadian five cent coin. TONSOFFACTS.COM
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A beaver led a herd of curious cattle in Ituna, Saskatchewan, Canada. . Ranch owner Adrienne Ivey and her husband noticed something strange about their cattle – and discovered the herd was being led around the pasture by a beaver. Saying the livestock "were enchanted by the cute little guy and followed him everywhere!"

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