How do beavers Transport trees?

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I just saw how beavers get trees to fall, but how die they transport those trees?

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Anonymous 0 Comments

Smaller trees can be dragged a short distance. Larger trees will be cut into smaller pieces which can be dragged. If you look at the beaver dams most of the structure is made of branches and small trees. These branches are taken from the trees after they are fell.

Anonymous 0 Comments

They get the trees to fall to get access to all the branches at the top of the tree. So once it falls they then chew off those branches and carry them to where they want them

Sometimes they will then also chew the trunk (or parts of the trunk) into smaller pieces and carry them as well

But they don’t carry the entire tree – they break it up into smaller bits before moving it

Anonymous 0 Comments

Smaller trees can be dragged a short distance. Larger trees will be cut into smaller pieces which can be dragged. If you look at the beaver dams most of the structure is made of branches and small trees. These branches are taken from the trees after they are fell.

Anonymous 0 Comments

They get the trees to fall to get access to all the branches at the top of the tree. So once it falls they then chew off those branches and carry them to where they want them

Sometimes they will then also chew the trunk (or parts of the trunk) into smaller pieces and carry them as well

But they don’t carry the entire tree – they break it up into smaller bits before moving it

Anonymous 0 Comments

Smaller trees can be dragged a short distance. Larger trees will be cut into smaller pieces which can be dragged. If you look at the beaver dams most of the structure is made of branches and small trees. These branches are taken from the trees after they are fell.

Anonymous 0 Comments

They get the trees to fall to get access to all the branches at the top of the tree. So once it falls they then chew off those branches and carry them to where they want them

Sometimes they will then also chew the trunk (or parts of the trunk) into smaller pieces and carry them as well

But they don’t carry the entire tree – they break it up into smaller bits before moving it

Anonymous 0 Comments

My favorite animal!

Beavers cut trees into smaller pieces using their sharp teeth. They then grip the pieces with their teeth and drag or push them through water or on land to their building site. They’re great swimmers and can also work together to move larger branches. Their strong tails and webbed feet help them in the process.

Anonymous 0 Comments

My favorite animal!

Beavers cut trees into smaller pieces using their sharp teeth. They then grip the pieces with their teeth and drag or push them through water or on land to their building site. They’re great swimmers and can also work together to move larger branches. Their strong tails and webbed feet help them in the process.

Anonymous 0 Comments

My favorite animal!

Beavers cut trees into smaller pieces using their sharp teeth. They then grip the pieces with their teeth and drag or push them through water or on land to their building site. They’re great swimmers and can also work together to move larger branches. Their strong tails and webbed feet help them in the process.