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(Castor canadensis) By A. E. Dugmore.
One of three photographs on the same plate.
In most parts of this country [USA] beavers are supposed to have the protection of the law; but along the hidden rivers, where the few survivors lurk, law is little more than a byword, and just as long as beaver skins are allowed to be bought and sold, any attempt to protect them is bound to prove futile.” (p. 146)