The largest known beaver dam was discovered near Three Forks, Montana. It was 2,140 feet long, 14 feet high, and 23 feet thick at its base.
I guess that's pretty impressive. But guess what... the Chinese built a dam that's 1.4 miles long and 630 feet high. Makes that dainty pile of tree branches and twigs near Three Forks seem pretty insignificant, doesn't it.
In your buck-toothed face... stupid beaver.