That is funny. There are still a lot of beavers here (Washington state), and also a ton of nutria (coypu) which is a destructive invasive species from Argentina which the local people kill on sight.
John Polk wrote:
I lived for a number of years in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. There, beavers were considered an invasive species, and the local land owners (sheep farmers) would kill them on sight due to their destructive nature.
Beavers do kill trees but they make good slaves too. Just don't let them work on your planted trees.
slavery is wrong, it makes you a parasite
It's actually more of a symbiosis.
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