Beaver in Tadoussac Village (Quebec, Canada)

Beaver is a kind of animal that resembles a rat, but larger in size and short legs. The animal was quite lively, especially if the swim and find food.

Beaver can be displayed in the village of Tadoussac in Quebec, Canada. Countryside between the mountains and the beach is often visited by tourists annually (from May to October) only because he wanted to see the agility of rare animals such as beaver, baleen whales and other wildlife.

To reach the location of the beaver, you have to start from the red dorm Maison Majorique which is the only place accommodation as well as a trusted travel agent. This trip will take about 2 hours and is free of charge.

Usually the beaver will come out at 5 pm, where they began working to find food during the night. Tadoussac is a village in Quebec which has a cool view of the Saguenay Fjord and St. salty waters. Lawrence River.

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