Dimensions: 6" L x 8" W x ¾" D
Quoted from the label on the back of the display:
"When a beaver gnaws down a sapling, wood chips pile up at the base. Can you see the beaver’s incisor tooth marks at the ends of the woodchips? A beaver’s teeth never stop growing; gnawing wood helps to wear them down. Beaver scat is oval shaped and made up of wood chip fragments. When you go hiking in beaver habitat, keep an eye out for wood chips and tooth-whittled stumps on land and lodges and dams in the water. The wood isn’t just for food; beavers also use it for building dams and constructing lodges."