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1. Why do beavers dig canals?
    to get to far-away trees and float them back to the lodge
    because they can swim easier than they can walk long distances
    both of the above
 
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2. What is the strong-smelling scent beavers use to mark their territories?
    perfume
    castoreum
    incense
 
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3. What are some things beavers might try to "say" with their scents?
    stay away
    I'm looking for a mate
    both of the above
 
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4. If you see a webbed beaver footprint, it is from...
    a front foot
    a hind or back foot
    not enough information to tell
 
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5. What animal changes their habitat more than beavers?
    all
    none
    humans
 
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6. Why do beavers build lodges in the water?
    because they like to swim
    to keep predators away
    because they eat a lot of fish
 
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7. Since beavers don't use shovels, how do they get mud to build?
    They don't use mud.
    They get it in the mail.
    They use their front feet and strong, claw-like nails to dig.
 
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8. What is a keystone species?
    A type of animal that carries keys in a stone.
    An animal that many other animals depend on.
    A type of pest.
 
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9. Beavers' tails...
    are short and furry.
    are long and flat and covered with scales.
    are long and thin.
 
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10. How do beavers warn other beavers of danger?
    They have loud screams that can be heard for miles.
    They whistle.
    They slap their tails on the water.
 
   
 



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