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They eat tree bark and the soft tissue, called cambium that lies beneath the bark. Trees they seem especially fond of are willows, maples, poplars, beeches, birches, alders , and aspens. They also eat water vegetation, as well as water lilies and various berries.
also beavers really like to eat the tree trunks and the whole tree parts (except leaves). Beaver are rodents, and as such do not eat meat. They exist on the tender inner bark of young trees that live near the water where they live.
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