Canada 4¢ Beaver stamp 1954 | National Archives of Canada

Canada Beaver stamp 1954 National Archives of Canada-----and by the early it had only gone up one penny.

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Eurasian beaver, Northern three-toed jerboa - high resolution image from old book.This JPEG image is a high resolution printable scan of an old page (or plate, or engraving, or lithograph) from antique book published before

World's Largest Beaver Beaverlodge, Alberta. Too bad we're not making it so far!

World's Largest Beaver: fittingly, at Beaverlodge, Alberta. The 3000 pound Beaver sculpture, is 15 tall, 18 feet long & sits atop a 20 foot long log. This unique landmark was built in 2004 to celebrate the town's Anniversary.

They take snacking to the next level of cuteness.

19 Reasons Baby Beavers Are The Most Underrated Woodland Critters

canada, beaver

Issued in 1954 for National Wildlife Week (yep! only a week) this Canada stamp features a big brown beaver (which according to the group Primus is called Wynona) although she does look sad and blue, rather than brown, here. Might just be a porcupine!

'Giant Beaver Attraction' - Beaverlodge, Alberta, Canada

'Giant Beaver Attraction' - Beaverlodge, Alberta, Canada

1849-"Three penny beaver" postage stamp

The Three-Pence Beaver, Canada’s first postage stamp, designed by Sir Sandford Fleming and issued on April