Forest – Available in June

Forest – Available in June

Available end of May 2018!


Beaver, Eagle & Squirrel
Beavers are great swimmers, they can stay underwater for up to 15 minutes.

Beavers are well-known for their large gnawing teeth. With these teeth, they gnaw down trees. These fallen trees form their nest on water, it is called a dam.


The eagle also uses trees for their nest, unlike beavers the nest on top of the tallest trees. Eagles prefer trees near open waters because they like to eat fish.


Another animal living close to its food source is the squirrel. These small rodents collect nuts in the forest all year long so they can take it easy in the winter when food is hard to find. During the winter the sleep a lot, this is called hibernation.



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