Beaver Surfs Down The River Floating On A Piece Of Ice


That seems like its out of a Disney movie.

An animal riding a piece of ice is just to perfect. It’s one of those things that would sound like a lie until you saw the evidence like this

Beavers are known for their ability to build work massive dams that can alter ecosystems. Beavers are the second-largest rodents in the world, behind only the capybara. They can weigh up to 55 pounds and grow up to three feet in length. They have dense, waterproof fur that helps them stay warm in cold water, and their webbed hind feet and flat, wide tails allow them to swim and cruise through the water with ease.

Winter brings challenges as beavers do not hibernate. One of the biggest is finding enough food to sustain themselves through the long, cold months. Beavers are herbivores and mainly eat the bark and twigs of trees, as well as aquatic plants. In preparation for winter, beavers will store food in underwater caches, where it will remain frozen but accessible throughout the winter.

They are pros in all seasons when it comes to living around water.

So, I have to wonder if this beaver was doing this on purpose?

This beaver is seen just standing up on a piece of ice floating down river. The river isn’t moving very fast but it would be an easy break from swimming.

The beaver seems too content for it to not be on purpose.

A beer bottle on a dock



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