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What is the difference between Beaver And Woodchuck?

Asked by K. Parker, Last updated: Oct 20, 2020

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C. Marcus

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C. Marcus, Content Developer, Washington

Answered May 05, 2020

A woodchuck is a mammal that has short forelimbs with thick and curved claws, which are durable, as they are used for digging burrows that become their homes. The tunnels they construct may impede big buildings and agricultural lands. They are primarily herbivorous. However, there are times when they feed on insects and other small animals that may be available to them.

A beaver, on the other hand, is a large semi-aquatic mammal. Beavers are both nocturnal and herbivorous. They have sharp, buck teeth, which assists them in chewing, as they are partial to the wooden parts of plants. They are natural architects. They possess the ability to build dams, canals, and lodges as their homes.

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