Hi friends, In this article, we will show you how to draw a beaver drawing step by step. You can easily learn how to draw a beaver easy by watching the video which is mentioned below and by following the steps which we have mentioned.
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How To Draw A Beaver Drawing
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We provide step-by-step explanations on how to draw a beaver.
Step: 1 Draw two small circles of the beaver
In step1 draw two small circles in the middle of the page of beaver as shown in the above figure.
Step: 2 Draw another small circle in the middle of the beaver’s eyes of beaver
In step 2 draw two half curves and a half square and a line inside it of the beaver as shown in the above figure.
Step: 3 Draw a half circle and ears of the beaver
In step 3 draw a semi circle above the eyes and draw the ears of the beaver as shown in the above figure.
Step: 4 Draw a curved line from the ear and draw a leg of the beaver
In step 4 draw another curve from the other ear and a hand and draw a curve attached to the leg of the beaver as shown in the above figure.
Step: 5 Draw another leg and hand of the beaver
In step 5 draw a circle from the hands and colour that with suitable colours of the beaver as shown in the above figure.
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Interesting Facts About The Beaver
There are large semi-aquatic rodents in the genus Castor native to the temperate Northern Hemisphere in species of the genus Beaver.
A couple of species of beavers exist today: the North American beaver (Castor canadensis) and the Eurasian beaver (C. fibre). It is after the capybara that beavers are the second largest living rodents.
A stout, scaly tail and large head are part of their characteristics. Their teeth are long like chisels, they have brown or grey fur, palmate, hand-like front feet, webbed back feet, and brown or grey fur on their bodies.
Compared to the North American Beaver, the Eurasian Beaver has a longer skull with a more triangular nasal bone opening, lighter fur colour and a narrower tail.
There are many freshwater habitats suitable for these animals, including rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds. Plant materials, such as tree bark, aquatic plants, grasses, and sedges, are consumed by these animals.
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