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Interesting Facts and Adorable Photos of Baby Beavers That Will Make Your Day

Beavers are large, nocturnal, semi-aquatic rodents. They are known for building dams, canals, and homes. During the winter months, they build one or more barriers to create a still, deep pool of water. This provides protection against predators as well as floating food and building material. There were once more than 60 million beavers in North America, but as of 1988, there were 6–12 million. During the decline in the population, fur, glands, clothing, top hats, and perfume were hunted for use in medicine, clothing, and fragrance. Native peoples and early settlers ate the meat of this animal. Males and females live in monogamous pairs with their offspring. Young males may also help raise their parents’ newly born offspring and help repair dams and lodges when they are old enough. Beavers mark their territories with scent mounts made of mud, debris, and castoreum, a urine-based substance excreted in their castor sacs. The anal gland secretions of beavers also allow them to recognize their kin and tolerate them better as neighbors.

International Beaver Day

International Beaver Day is celebrated on April 7th of every year. These small animals play an essential role in maintaining local ecosystems. Beavers were hunted to extinction in Britain in the 16th century for their meat, fur, and castoreum, but the species have been seen at several sites since the early 2000s. Beaver pelts have been a significant driver of the fur trade, while castoreum has been used in medicine, perfume, and food flavours. We celebrate this day to save beaver hunting since beavers can help solve major environmental problems by restoring wetlands. As well as providing essential services like water purification and streamflow regulation, they regulate climate.

Below are some cutest pictures of baby beavers, vote your favorites and don’t forget to share

#1 One of the newborn kits

One of the newborn kits

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#2 Baby beaver playing with a plush bunny

Baby beaver playing with a plush bunny

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#3 Smiling baby beaver

Smiling baby beaver

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#4 Baby beaver

Baby beaver

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#5 This is an orphan rescue baby beaver who had lost its mommy

This is an orphan rescue baby beaver who had lost its mommy

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#6 So this happened today

So this happened today

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#7 Cute baby beaver

Cute baby beaver

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#8 Justin the baby beaver

Justin the baby beaver

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#9 Mother and baby beavers

Mother and baby beavers

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#10 Cute baby beaver

Cute baby beaver

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#11 Hi! I’m a baby beaver

Hi! I'm a baby beaver

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#12 Meet timber

Meet timber

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#13 When you thought the aloha safari zoo couldn’t get any cuter

When you thought the aloha safari zoo couldn't get any cuter

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#14 Baby beaver eating wood

Baby beaver eating wood

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#15 Meet shiloh, the newborn baby beaver at zoomontana

Meet shiloh, the newborn baby beaver at zoomontana

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#16 Baby beaver

Baby beaver

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#17 Cute baby beaver

Cute baby beaver

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#18 Three beavers chilling by the water

Three beavers chilling by the water

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#19 Meet 3 adorable baby beavers

Meet 3 adorable baby beavers

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#20 Smiling baby beaver

Smiling baby beaver

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#21 Baby beaver christian

Baby beaver christian

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#22 Baby beaver

Baby beaver

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#23 Baby beaver bathing

Baby beaver bathing

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#24 Three-month-old beaver momo

Three-month-old beaver momo

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#25 So this is what a baby beaver looks like

So this is what a baby beaver looks like

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#26 Baby beaver buddies

Baby beaver buddies

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#27 Baby beaver looking snuggle-able

Baby beaver looking snuggle-able

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#28 My uncle rescued this baby beaver

My uncle rescued this baby beaver

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#29 Meet baby buttons

Meet baby buttons

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#30 Baby beaver

Baby beaver

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#31 Snuggles

Snuggles

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