Beavers are the second-largest rodent in the world.
Beavers build dams, canals, and lodges on rivers and streams.They use dams to get still, deep water to protect against predatorss and to float food.
Beavers have powerful front teeth that they use to cut trees and plants for food and building materials.
Beavers have webbed hind-feet and a broad tail. Their eyesight is poor. But their hearing, smelling, and touching senses are good.
Beavers can send out alarm signals when they face danger. Other beavers who hear the alarm signals will dive into water and stay underwater for some time.
Beavers can grow up to 55 lbs.