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WHAT IS A BADGER?


The badger has short leg, a flat body and a silver gray tail that drags along the ground. They live underground and make a den that is lined with grass and leaves. They have an average gestation period of about 60 days and give birth to two to seven baby cubs in the late spring. The female badger is responsible for raising the babies and teaching them to hunt and survive on their own. In the early fall, the surviving babies leave the den and go out to make their own way in the world.



The Badger is adapted to be a good digger. It's front feet are long and well suited to dig through even the hardest of soils. The badger feeds on squirrels, gophers, mice, rats, lizards, and snakes. They also eat birds eggs and can chase prey underground if they are hungry enough to do so. Their front legs also have long claws that are suited for digging.














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The badger is found in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchuwan and British Columbia provinces of Canada. It is fond of open spaces where it can chase it's prey easier and the prey has less places to hide. The Badger's face is black and white with a stripe from its nose to its shoulder. The average dimensions for the badger are 23 cm high and 60 cm long so it is fair sized mammal.

Not many animals will dare to attack the badger because of its long claws and sharp teeth. The badger is a fierce fighter. The badger's long thick hair protects it from snake bites and from enemies.

 

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