Second beaver lodge on Tiengemeten island


This video is called How Beavers Build a Lodge – BBC Animals.

Dutch conservation organisation Natuurmonumenten reports that this year, beavers have built a second lodge on Tiengemeten, an island which is a nature reserve.

Last year, beavers built their first lodge on Tiengemeten.

Beavers had become extinct in the Netherlands in 1826. In 1988, they were reintroduced.

Scotland wild beaver reintroduction trial ‘an outstanding success’. Ecologists say four pairs of beavers have produced 14 young, transformed the landscape and boosted tourism in Knapdale: here.

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