With the exact name 'beaver', there is are ''Castor canadensis''
and ''Castor fiber'', the American Beaver and the European Beaver
There are two main species and thirty_three subspecies...
Beavers are listed as Least Concern by the IUCN. Not an endangered species.
All. There are no salt water beavers.
The beaver is not an endangered species, a common mammal now.
Beavers are examples of a keystone species in the taiga.
There are two different species of beaver in the world today. The species "Castor Canadensis" has 25 subspecies The species "Castor Fiber" has 8 subspecies
a ecpsystem with too many beavers is that the beavers will die and eat the trees
Beavers have four limbs.
It depends on how many beavers you line up.
Gray wolfs and beavers
Loads of species like fish and beavers
The Angry Beavers - 1997 Utter Nonsense Endangered Species 2-9 was released on: USA: 10 October 1998
Yes eventually. In time all species become extinct, to be replaced by new more evolved species.
There are 2 types of beavers, North American and European.
Beavers can be found in North America, Europe and Asia. There are two species of beaver, and they are named for the land masses that they inhabit: the North American beaver, and the Eurasian Beaver.