The Diplomat has an interesting article about rangers in Mongolia and the work they do, including looking after a captive group of 48 beavers from Russia and Germany. These are used for reintroduction projects. To quote, “Reintroduction projects haved gained popularity as beaver dams improve watersheds and help restore the natural ecosystem.” Apparently, the captive beavers like music! Not much is known about the population of 300 rare, native beavers living on the Bulgan river in western Mongolia; these belong to a subspecies of the Eurasian beaver, Castor fiber birulai .
Posted on November 14, 2019 at 3:51 pm
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