3468 Long-Lost Footage of 'Parachuting Beavers' Found in Idaho

The film, made around 1950, showed beavers being relocated by Idaho Department Fish and Game via parachute.
1:16 | 10/23/15

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Into the dropped by. Nearly ready for that flight. Back into the mountain. The drop rates are loaded into the airplane. Parachutes are attached to cargo line. And the box is there is back to enroll. And a waste of the plane. Ten boxes to a low. Why did beaver ready for the flight to mountain meadows. The plane makes a careful approach ready for the drop. Now into the air and down may swing down to the ground near a stream or all night. A box open and most unusual. Land novel trip band or mister beaver. It on his way now. His nose and it instincts tell him where to find the water.

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