You see kids, even beavers floss before and after every meal!
As I was laying on the ground to get eye-level shots of this beaver in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park, I was surprised when he approached and stood up.
I was even more surprised when I saw what looks like a piece of floss between his fingers ... (just kidding)
Beavers' iron-filled, orange teeth are extra strong to be able to chop down trees.
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