Beavers, as ecosystem engineers, have the ability and skill to restore and create native woodlands and new wetlands. It further improves the habitats of many different species that live in the affected ecosystems,
Beavers change the habitats in which they live significantly. They do so by damming the courses of water, coppicing shrub and tree species, and digging canal systems.
Beavers create and restore important wetland ecosystems. The habitats they create support the development and growth of young animals by offering sources of food and shelter.
Other reasons why they are called ecosystem engineers are given below.
Beavers, therefore, act as ecosystem engineers by changing the abundance and distribution of different plants and animals. They create a diverse habitat that benefits different species. And they counteract pollution by storing carbon and filtering water.
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