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  • n5gooner
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    how long until Tesco starts to sell beaver burgers / steak / etc.

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  • WageSlave
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    Originally posted by TonyEnglish
    Can't see the atraction is a beaver which looks like Terry Waites allotment myself.
    Nah, bald beavers are just wrong.

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  • BoredBloke
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    "Beavers are best left to enjoy their natural fur. Never seen the attraction in a bald beaver"

    Can't see the atraction is a beaver which looks like Terry Waites allotment myself.

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  • WageSlave
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    Originally posted by n5gooner
    hope they shave unlike some German Beaver I've known in the past.
    Beavers are best left to enjoy their natural fur. Never seen the attraction in a bald beaver.

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  • n5gooner
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    Originally posted by DimPrawn

    There you go, wild German beavers now available in the UK.
    hope they shave unlike some German Beaver I've known in the past.

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  • n5gooner
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    on a similar topic did anyone see Qi the other night, they we talking about rimming beavers, apparently they have a substance similar to aspirin so no more excuses for having a headache, just rim a beaver and you'll be well away....

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  • DimPrawn
    started a topic A long time without beaver

    A long time without beaver

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/g...re/4380276.stm

    Beavers are being reintroduced to the UK, 500 years after they were hunted to extinction for their fur.
    Six European beavers are to be released at Lower Mill Estate near South Cerney, Gloucestershire, and will be the first to roam wild in the UK for centuries.

    The six adult rodents were caught in Bavaria in the spring and have spent the last few months in quarantine.

    If the pioneering scheme is successful, it is hoped beavers can once again thrive in the British countryside.

    Although the animals will be confined to a 500-acre site to start with, experts hope to remove the fences once the beavers have settled in so they can roam freely.

    The beaver was hunted to extinction for its fur and the pain-relieving properties of its anal gland secretions.

    Whereas, the American beaver can be destructive, environmentalists say the European species should be a force for good in the countryside.

    It is vegetarian so it should not deplete fish stocks in rivers and the beavers could also help keep waterways clear of debris


    There you go, wild German beavers now available in the UK.

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