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SKU: 9781780234236
Author: Rachel Poliquin

Format: Paperback / softback

Number of Pages: 224


Rachel Poliquin's Beaver explores the storied history of this small, often forgotten animal. Poliquin examines why the beaver has been hunted throughout the years, from its fur to the scent produced by its musk gland, as well as looking at the unique way in which beavers form their societies. She also discusses how beavers are not only builders but also architects, manipulating water and landscape to fit their needs for a home. Poliquin uncovers the nature of an animal not usually discussed at length, showing their true worth in the world today.
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Author: Rachel Poliquin

Format: Paperback / softback

Number of Pages: 224


Rachel Poliquin's Beaver explores the storied history of this small, often forgotten animal. Poliquin examines why the beaver has been hunted throughout the years, from its fur to the scent produced by its musk gland, as well as looking at the unique way in which beavers form their societies. She also discusses how beavers are not only builders but also architects, manipulating water and landscape to fit their needs for a home. Poliquin uncovers the nature of an animal not usually discussed at length, showing their true worth in the world today.
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