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Do badgers and bears co-exist?

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I have an English class story I have to write and I wanted to know if it'd be accurate that these animals exist like that cause my niece and nephew are Badger and Bear. I wanted to know if they at least exist in the same areas, tolerate each other, and each go out into human society to grab stuff.

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Fur and Fangs rather than Feathers and Beaks

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Why not the stoat family or the badger family?) The same goes for the badger, an animal that has become much more numerous and widespread in Britain in the last 50 years. Sightings of squashed badgers by the side of the road are much more common than seeing live individuals, unless you make the effort to watch a sett.

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Honey badger in Macedonia

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Found dead on a sidewalk. This animal isn't native, are we supposed to report it somewhere? I have no idea how it got here, it's nowhere near a zoo. submitted by /u/Ok-Bug-5430 [link] [comments]

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Genuine question

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Who would win a billion ants or one honey badger i need to know to p**s off someone submitted by /u/Bearmite [link] [comments]

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This derpy badger I saw at the zoo

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The Cry of the Curlew

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The increases on my patch are small, but locally significant and due to several things: the way the man who farms the ground manages his stock and his haylage fields; our putting up electric fences around nesting sites to keep foxes, badgers, dogs and, dare I say it, people at bay; and the hard work put in by the keepers on the estate to reduce the (..)

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Potato envy

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We have naughty badgers and cheeky foxes who dig and defecate, but there is no sense in getting cross if you have invited them in and take pleasure from knowing that they regard your garden as good habitat.

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