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Badger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1149 words)
Badger is the common name for any animal of three subfamilies, which belong to the family Mustelidae: the same mammal family as the ferrets, the weasels, the otters, and several other types of carnivore.
Badgers may not be killed, nor their setts interfered with, except on licence from the government, with an exception permitting the killing of badgers in the attempt to eradicate bovine tuberculosis.
Badger baiting dog breeds are used to locate the badger in the tunnel, after which the diggers attempt to dig down to the badger.
Hog Badger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (207 words)
The hog badger (Arcionyx collaris) is a medium sized mammal.
Hog badgers are smaller than Eurasian badgers, usually ranging from 550-700 mm (21-28 inches) long and weighing 20-30 pounds.
Hog badgers are nocturnal, preferring to forage aaround the undergrowth under the cover of darkness.
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