Bucka Beaver Jr.
The beaver is North America’s largest rodent. It is one of the most important animals in the history of western expansion in North America. Beavers were hunted by Indians, European settlers and trappers. Mountain men hunted the beaver to meet the European fashion demand. By the mid-19th century the beaver had become nearly extinct. Fortunately, it was saved when the demand for silk hats replaced the desire for beaver felt hats.
Bucka Beaver Jr. measures 5 1/4 inches tall from the sitting position and 3 inches at the widest part.