its not a puppy its a kitten actually
Milk is something created by mammals to feed its young. Reptiles, including turtles, do not produce milk. I am not sure what effect feeding a turtle milk would have, but I highly doubt they can digest lactose, so they would suffer severe gas, cramps, and possibly even bleeding. Overall, it's probably not a good idea.
Actually the beaver's color does not change because beavers actually are turds that are flushed and into a lake.
As most living things do beavers DO continue to grow throughout their life. Thanks for asking, please ask again.
the early French settlement's in America traded natives for beaver fur that was usually bead's, cloths Basicly worthless junk. But once they got to Europe they were Worth a pretty penny, it would have been around 8,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Na I'm just joking they would cost about 45 shilling's or $400.
Beavers eat mostly tree bark and the soft tissue inside of tree bark.
Yes, the Mongolian Beaver is endangered and has been since 1976. Additional Info: Beavers were hunted, and trapped on a large scale, due to the commercial market for their fur. With no regulations or controls, the beaver was hunted almost to extinction. They depend on wetlands to build and survive, which we drain and use for our own purposes. Today many farmer's, tree farmer's, and other land owner's see the beaver's building as a threat to crops, (both trees, and plants), and livestock, by flooding. The beaver's cut down trees at a staggering rate and the damage to a farmer's crop can have far reaching repercussions, especially if it is a 15-20 year old crop of trees. These farmer's are faced with hard solutions either, having them removed, kill them, or blow the dam up (which will kill them). Proper removal of the Beaver and family, during the correct season, to an area that is protected is recommended. Today in the US, the hunting and trapping of the beaver is controlled and regulated Federally to try and maintain a balance, and the American Beaver has made a good recovery in most areas of the US. But not all species of Beaver have recovered so well in all their regions. According to the IUCN Red List, three different Beaver species are listed as "least concern", this includes the American Beaver. While the US Fish and Wildlife Services Endangered Species List has two species of Beaver listed both with a status of "endangered". For more details, please see the sites listed below.
As much wood as a woodchuck would chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
Lovely and it doesnt make your face sore
He screams loud, then tries to bite your balls off. Meanwhile, second bear sneaks behind you and rips your leg tendons out.
Then you scream loud, they scream loud.
Then you die.
Beavers really like the bark of willow, maple, birch, aspen, cottonwood, beech, poplar, and alder trees.
There are various types of predators that will attack beavers. These include grey wolves, mountain lions, coyotes, bears, Canadian lynx, bobcats, wolverines, fox, and American alligator.
Both are mammals and can be active in water or land. However both require land as neither can breath through water. Outside of that there aren't a lot of similarities.
They cut down the tree that they are using for there home then they get help taking it to the place that they are building its/they're home.
Beavers live in wetlands because they are able to obtain the fish that they eat, from that environment.
No, a bird is not fed with milk because they only eat worms cut up or chewed.
The beaver changes his habitat by building a dam. When he builds it he forms a lake causing him to change his environment.
The beaver also takes down trees that cause it to change
By forcing her with a gun