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|Benjamin and Betty worked all through the night. They chewed through small trees and floated the branches over to the damaged areas of the dam. They carried stones in their front feet, picked up mud from the bottom of the river and packed it down over the dam to hold the branches in place. By the time the sun started to rise the next morning, the holes in the dam had been repaired and Benjamin and Betty were resting peacefully in their burrow, in the river bank, with their two small children.