3rd December 2019

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Where do beavers live in?

Beavers live in ponds, lakes, rivers, marshes, and streams all across North America. Beavers are very busy. They spend most of their day searching for food and trees to build their dams and lodges. It is common to see beaver near rivers and streams.

Likewise, people ask, what state do beavers live in?

They live in or around freshwater ponds, lakes, rivers, marshes and swamps. American beavers live throughout North America, but stay clear of deserts and the far northern areas of Canada. Eurasian beavers once lived all over Europe and Asia.

What is the habitat of a beaver?

Habitat. Beavers live near rivers, streams, ponds, small lakes, and marshes. They build lodges of sticks and mud on islands, on pond banks, or on lake shores. Beaver dams are domed-shaped and can be up to ten feet tall. Beaver lodges have one large central chamber and one or two entrances.

Where does a beaver sleep?

Beavers also eat bark and small twigs, and store small sections of logs underwater near I their lodge to eat later. Habits: Beavers mostly sleep during the day and are awake at night, when you are sleeping. But, they are sometimes seen during the day. Families of beavers, live together.
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