Basic information about the beaver
One of the largest and most powerful rodents of North America is the beaver. The scientific name of the beaver is ‘Castor Canadensis.’ They are not only the biggest rodent of North America but also the second-largest rodent in the world! Because of their unique abilities and capacity for changing their environment according to their needs, they are greatly admired by many people. Native Americans sometimes even call them ‘little people’ and not to mention that by Americans Indians, they have been named as ‘sacred center.’ They are second only to humans in their practice of shifting their environments/habitats according to their needs. Beavers are famous for being very busy and hard-working creatures. In fact, there are two idioms ‘eager beaver’ and ‘busy as a beaver’ that are inspired by them. They even have an ability to change different land structures. Being a semi-aquatic creature, they usually spend most of their time in streams and rivers. The beaver possesses two existing species, one is North American beaver, and the other is Eurasian beaver. Here, we will discuss a few details of beavers like their appearance, diet, habitats, and reproduction, etc.