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BEAVER: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "beaver"

 

There are many variations for how to sign BEAVER

 

BEAVER based on the teeth. Make a "bent-V" handshape with the palm out and tap it against the mouth twice:

 

 

BEAVER which can also mean SQUIRREL:

 

 

BEAVER which starts at the mouth and then moves down (also similar to versions of SQUIRREL):

 

 

BEAVER which is based on how BEAVERS will slap their tail on the water to warn other BEAVERS that danger is near:

 

 


 

If you want to learn more animal signs, check out:

 

 


Notes: 

Also see: ANIMALS

SQUIRREL




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