Beaversharks are an indigenous species to Pine Mountain, Georgia, and are found in the lakes of Callaway Gardens. They prefer deeper water, but occasionally can be spotted near shore, especially at dawn or dusk. They have buck teeth and a beaver tale, with a body reminiscent of a shark. Adult beaversharks can grow up to 3 feet long. Beaversharks feed on large fish and turtles, and have been known to bite human children.
Always stay inside the swim area, the beaversharks are hungry this time of day.
by U.S. Fish and Game June 20, 2007
one who is attracted to bleeding vaginas.
"Bob is such a beaver shark!"
by steph t. March 23, 2006
A fictional creature that lives near white-water rapids.
"Watch out for beaver sharks, they're vicious!!!"
by Vector Burger August 04, 2009
a creature that lives in the mountains of North Carolina, mainly swimming in the Nantahala river.
Look out for that beaver shark! *hits paddle on water*
by suockstard August 28, 2010