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Common Name: European or Eurasian Badger (Meles)

Badgers can live up to 14 years.

An adult Badger body Length is approximately 80cm (3ft).

Badgers are usually between 8–12kg (22–27lbs)

Badgers are omnivorous and will eat a wide variety of foods, although their main diet consists of earthworms, up to 200 per day. They also eat frogs, rodents, birds, eggs, lizards, insects, bulbs, seeds and berries.

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Badgers live in underground burrows called setts which consist of several chambers, entrances, often with a labyrinth of tunnels involving the excavation of tons of earth. They are used by successive generations of badgers.

Badgers are largely nocturnal, normally shy, retiring animals that live in social or family groups of up to 12 individuals and emerge from their setts at dusk.

Badgers are closely related to otters, stoats, weasels, polecats and pine martens.

The sense of smell is the most important of the badger’s senses. Badgers forage for food with their snouts constantly sniffing the ground ahead of them.

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Badger prints are broader than they are long with five toes with long, non-retractable powerful claws that they use for digging.

The mating process involves “delayed implantation”. Although females are able to mate any time after the cubs are born the fertilised egg does not implant in the uterus until December.

Badger cubs are normally born in February, the number of cubs usually being between one and three. Cubs emerge about May after spending the first 8–10 weeks underground.

Badgers are less active during winter months but they do not hibernate.

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