Beavers reach Dutch river after centuries


This video is about beavers, returned recently to the Ruiten Aa river in the northern Netherlands after an absence of centuries.

Translated from the Dutch Natuurmonumenten conservationists:

Saturday, December 13th, 2014

There had already been signals for some time, but when it showed up at a camera trap ranger Jeroen Kuipers could be sure. The valley of the Ruiten Aa has been enriched with a beaver. ‘Probably the beaver arrived through new nature corridor zones from Germany to Groningen province‘ says the ranger.

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