Beavers can grow up to 4 feet in length and weigh up to 70 pounds. The heaviest beaver on record was 110 pounds.
A beaver can be 23-39 inches (60 to 100cm) in length, and average weight is 60lbs. Their tails can be from 7.75 to 12 inches (20 to 30.5cm)
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The average weight of a beaver is between 35-40 pounds, but they have been recorded to reach up to 70 pounds.
Beavers can attain weights of up to 60 lbs and reach lengths of up to 39 in. When you add in tail length, u get an extra 12 in body length.
I recall reading about a 122 pound beaver that was taken in Wyoming. There was also mention of a specimen weighing 110 pounds from Wisconsin but this weight may have been an estimate. One site mentions that the largest Missouri beaver weighed 96 pounds but does not provide details.
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