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December 31, 2009


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Hey, now there's a beaver pose you don't see everyday!


That little skinny tail belongs to a Muskrat. They are common along the Grand River. The only place along the Grand where I have had a close encounter with a beaver is a Snyder's Flats near Bloomingdale.


NOT a beaver. Not even close. This is a MUSKRAT. Look at the tail, the face, the body shape, etc etc.

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David Bebee and Mathew McCarthy

  • David and Mathew are photojournalists at the Waterloo Region Record. Do you have any story or photo ideas about the Grand River? Email David at [email protected] or Mathew at [email protected]