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(BBC-US)   England protects the Beaver, June ecstatic   (bbc.com) divider line
    More: Amusing, Beaver, River, Riparian zone, Law, Devon, Impact factor, Food, Future  
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1705 clicks; posted to Main » on 01 Oct 2022 at 7:05 PM (9 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-10-01 7:08:12 PM  
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2022-10-01 7:09:29 PM  
Pusillanimous headline there, Subby. Say the words you mean or clam up!
 
2022-10-01 7:10:48 PM  
Beaver thread?
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2022-10-01 7:11:46 PM  
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2022-10-01 7:13:39 PM  
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Relieved.
 
2022-10-01 7:14:49 PM  
Gee willikers!
 
2022-10-01 7:16:14 PM  

ZMugg: [Fark user image image 850x446]
Relieved.


Reliebed*
 
2022-10-01 7:19:59 PM  
Cool. Beavers are good for the environment. The wetlands (and eventual meadows) they create are amazing homes for a wide array of fish, amphibians, birds, other mammals, etc. Their dams even help replenish the water table, which is of benefit to humans who enjoy drinking water and watering food crops and so on.
 
2022-10-01 7:25:37 PM  

Marksrevenge: Cool. Beavers are good for the environment. The wetlands (and eventual meadows) they create are amazing homes for a wide array of fish, amphibians, birds, other mammals, etc. Their dams even help replenish the water table, which is of benefit to humans who enjoy drinking water and watering food crops and so on.


Sometimes
 
2022-10-01 7:28:12 PM  
Yay! Giardia!
/s
 
2022-10-01 7:28:51 PM  
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2022-10-01 7:28:52 PM  
Excuse me, stewardess? I speak jive.
 
2022-10-01 7:29:39 PM  
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2022-10-01 7:32:26 PM  
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2022-10-01 7:34:17 PM  
Primus - Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
Youtube aYDfwUJzYQg
 
2022-10-01 7:38:27 PM  
Only 1,000 beavers? Must be that many in many US counties and Canada.
 
2022-10-01 7:45:36 PM  

puffy999: Marksrevenge: Cool. Beavers are good for the environment. The wetlands (and eventual meadows) they create are amazing homes for a wide array of fish, amphibians, birds, other mammals, etc. Their dams even help replenish the water table, which is of benefit to humans who enjoy drinking water and watering food crops and so on.

Sometimes


TFA is about beavers being restored to and protected in an ecosystem that is their native home. I guess you're technically correct (the best kind of correct) that Canadian beavers are harmful in an ecosystem in South America that has never had beavers before 80 years ago, but that's really not the point here.
 
2022-10-01 7:50:10 PM  

fanbladesaresharp: Only 1,000 beavers? Must be that many in many US counties and Canada.


Yeah but with the exchange rate...

...

Oh. Oh yeah...
 
2022-10-01 7:53:07 PM  
Did somebody say beavers!?/Why are they called that anyway?
 
2022-10-01 7:53:12 PM  
"Eurasian beavers, which were once widespread but hunted to extinction 400 years ago, have been reintroduced at multiple sites across Britain."

Turns out the Beavexit didn't work out the way they had planned.
 
2022-10-01 7:59:52 PM  
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Time to get to work, fellas!
 
2022-10-01 8:12:02 PM  

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Time to get to work, fellas!


Hey I have one of those

/2006 CE
 
2022-10-01 8:13:35 PM  
Ward was always too hard on the beaver.
 
2022-10-01 8:45:39 PM  

Marksrevenge: Cool. Beavers are good for the environment. The wetlands (and eventual meadows) they create are amazing homes for a wide array of fish, amphibians, birds, other mammals, etc. Their dams even help replenish the water table, which is of benefit to humans who enjoy drinking water and watering food crops and so on.


They're good for environments where they originated. When they migrate/invade non-native habitats, like Patagonia, where they don't have natural predators, they wreak havoc.
 
2022-10-01 8:46:34 PM  

puffy999: Marksrevenge: Cool. Beavers are good for the environment. The wetlands (and eventual meadows) they create are amazing homes for a wide array of fish, amphibians, birds, other mammals, etc. Their dams even help replenish the water table, which is of benefit to humans who enjoy drinking water and watering food crops and so on.

Sometimes


Yeah, that's what I alluded to.
 
2022-10-01 9:09:43 PM  
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2022-10-01 9:22:05 PM  
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2022-10-01 9:49:03 PM  

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Brenda's Beaver Needs A Barber
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2022-10-01 9:50:01 PM  

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Now this poster has a username I can set my watch to!

Ebn-Ozn - AEIOU Sometimes Y (Long Version) 1983
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2022-10-01 10:59:40 PM  
You can't capture, kill, injure, or disturb them...but can you still shave them?
 
2022-10-01 11:29:05 PM  

MythDragon: You can't capture, kill, injure, or disturb them...but can you still shave them?


I try not to be a selfish person, but I've skipped reciprocating oral sex b/c the lady didn't even bother trimming. Nobody likes finding hair in their food.
 
2022-10-02 3:36:02 AM  

Trocadero: MythDragon: You can't capture, kill, injure, or disturb them...but can you still shave them?

I try not to be a selfish person, but I've skipped reciprocating oral sex b/c the lady didn't even bother trimming. Nobody likes finding hair in their food.


Fussy fussy fussy. Lick away!
 
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