Why do beavers build dams? | Live Science

Beavers are renowned for building dams, which the animals construct from trees and branches they cut using their strong front teeth, according to the National Park Service. The rodents also use grass, rocks, and mud to reinforce these structures.

But why do American beavers (Castor canadensis) build dams? Do they live in them?

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