The industrious beaver is a good example of a central-place forager.
Given this, which of the following statements is most likely to be true?
A) During the mating season, beaver travel to centralized meadows where they compete for mates.
B) A colonial species, numerous beaver families will each build a lodge on the edge of a central pond.
C) All beaver in an area forage for aquatic plants that grow in a single, centralized location.
D) Beaver venture out from their lodges to collect plant matter, returning to store this food in or near the lodge.