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North American Badger. By Paul Cappella & Spenser Cruzoni June 2013 . Description. Weighs 37 pounds 13-31 inches long Is gray-brown White striped face Black legs White between eyes, black around the eyes Short tail. Habitat. Underground tunnels called setts Near forests/woods

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north american badger

North American Badger

By Paul Cappella & Spenser Cruzoni

June 2013

description
Description
  • Weighs 37 pounds
  • 13-31 inches long
  • Is gray-brown
  • White striped face
  • Black legs
  • White between eyes, black around the eyes
  • Short tail
habitat
Habitat
  • Underground tunnels called setts
  • Near forests/woods
  • Near rivers/ponds
  • North America
  • In knotholes in trees
food chain
Food chain

What a badger eats:

Rodents

Frogs

Snakes

Small mammals

Worms

Insects

Larvae

Fruit and roots

What eats a badger:

Humans

Coyotes

Dogs

interesting facts they are omnivores groups are called clans related to weasels and skunks
Interesting facts:They are omnivores.Groups are called clans.Related to weasels and skunks.