And today’s Look and Learn review will be Beavers!
2 Stars. It wasn’t as horrible as the Moose one, but it’s certainly not as good as the others. Skip this one, not that interesting and the pictures are freaking tiny.
Have I mentioned I have a zillion of these to go through? (Also, I keep checking, everyfew days there are different ones for free, just checked and am finding more of them!!)
My husband and I once went to Maine on vacation (right after he proposed to me) looking for Moose. While we were there, stalking Moose, a Beaver scared the crap out of me by slapping his tail on the water. It made me drop my camera so I didn’t get a picture of it. I was pissed not because the Beaver scared me, but because I wasn’t able to get a picture. I had thought it was a turtle but my now husband said it definitely was a Beaver.
Faults- All the images are tiny. WTH?
One of the facts? The Beaver has a large, wide, head? Seriously? You couldn’t find anything more interesting than that to say?? Even children, who this series aims for, wouldn’t care about that as a fact.
Did you know?
Beavers are semi nocturnal
Beavers are the second largest rodent
Adult beavers weigh 30-60 pounds
Beavers are vegetarian
Beavers cause $100 million in property damage yearly