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Honey badgers

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Amazing creatures, very clever. BBC 2 showing a programme now.

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Little bit destructive.

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Not the biggest varmint, but one you wouldn't look at in the wrong way or spill their pint.

 

The Les Boyd of the animal kingdom.

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Amazing creatures, very clever. BBC 2 showing a programme now.

 

if they are that clever, why are they still badgers? :)

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They are not proper badgers, they are more akin to skunks.

 

The one good thing about them is that they kill and eat venomous snakes.

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if they are that clever, why are they still badgers? :)

Maybe they are natures answer to John Culshaw.

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Most closely related to the wolverine or pine marten.

 

Aristotle, featured last night, used a number of tools  to escape his enclosure, his partner unlocked the gate with 2 bolts on it, one was wired shut, but she undid the wire.

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can they be trained to kill rhlinos

 

Genuine wit ...... brilliant!

 

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The mustelids/members of the weasel family are a fascinating group of species, many of which have interesting survival adaptations and clever hunting/food finding techniques.

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