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A beaver swims through the water in the screen capture for this video.

As urban regions in the Southeast continue to grow and develop, harmful pollutants enter nearby waterways more frequently. UNC researchers think one of the best solutions to prevent this may be investments in the habitats of the furry neighbors already in our backyards: beavers.


Published in the Fall 2021 issue | Videos

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