If you're still reeling from the departure of Zoo Atlanta's giant panda twins to China, this may help.
The Chattahoochee Nature Center's mission to add a pair of young beavers to its wildlife family has been accomplished. And you're invited.
The center has been looking for non-releasable beavers since the last one at the Camille Creamer Beaver Exhibit died in December, according to a release.
The search took a while because the animals are rarely trapped alive, partially due to their classification in Georgia as nuisance wildlife.
The beavers were orphaned after floods and come by way of a rehabilitator in Virginia.
Their new home in Roswell includes a 19,000 gallon pond and plenty of willow, oak and sycamore for them to feast upon.