How many kits do female beavers give birth to in a year?
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Yes! One litter, averaging three or four kits, is born each year in May or June
following a 100-day gestation period. The young measure about 125 mm long
and weigh about 450 g. Although they are well-furred, have teeth already
cut, and can see, walk, and swim when born, the kits generally don’t move
out of the lodge for at least one month.
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