No, not that kind. A real beaver. Went on a long bike/hike trip up the river yesterday and got to a real fishy looking spot. Something made a huge splash behind me and I thought it was either a 20 pound carp or the mother of all smallmouths. When it happened again, I stopped fishing and stood and watched. This time I saw it, a big old beaver surfaced and smacked the water with its tail. It would smack the water, submerge then come up and swim around with its head sticking up out of the water. A couple times it came swimming right at me, getting fairly close before it turned away. It was clearly agitated and it seemed like it wanted me out of there. Those things are as big as a pretty good sized dog! This happened at a bend in the river where a feeder creek joins, with riffles above and below the hole, which was quite deep judging from counting down a lure to the bottom. Wonder if the ODNR is aware that beavers are in the Little Miami.