Beaver takes a stroll through traffic

A beaver’s stroll through traffic in Vernon was all caught on tape

A beaver’s stroll through traffic had cars backed up in Vernon on Thursday.

Diane Andres was driving down 25th Avenye in Vernon when she saw what she called one of the strangest things she’s ever seen.

“A beaver crossing a four-lane street?? He acted like he owned the place and didn’t realize how vulnerable he was,” said Andres.

Check out the video above.

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