Brenda Haley spotted this little guy, or gal, swimming near Gyro Park this week.
Beavers, the second-largest living rodents after capybaras, live in freshwater ecosystems.
Water is the most important part of beaver habitat; they swim and dive in it, and it provides them a refuge from land predators, restricts access to their homes and allows them to move building objects more easily.
Beavers are territorial, so do not approach them.
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