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Reproducing a Beaver Chew

Reproducing a Beaver Chew

by Kurt Ainsworth

Author: Administrator Account/Saturday, April 20, 2024/Categories: Articles - All, Articles - Home Page, Winter 2024 Issue 152

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A beaver chew (the base of a tree chewed down by a beaver) reproduction can work in many of your habitat scenes for animals other than a beaver mount. It works well for many other animal mounts, such as bear, mink, otters, ducks… in other words, any other animals or fish that share such a habitat. Here is my process for reproducing a lightweight beaver chew that will enhance many of your mount compositions for years to come.

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