|Badger Encounters in the Wild book
book of Jim Crumley's encounters with badgers in the wild in Scotland. The quality of the writing is superb.
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Encounters in the wild
- What is the name given to a male badger?
- What is the name given to a female badger?
- What is the name given to a baby badger?
- Which is bigger the male or the female badger?
- What is a family group of badgers called?
- What is the the badgers home called?
- How many adult badgers live in the sett?
- How many badgers might there be in the UK?
- How long does a badger live for?
- What is the Latin name for the Eurasian (British) Badger?
- How do clan members recognise each other?
- If a badger is said to be musking, what is it doing?
- What happens if a badger strays from its own territory?
- When are cubs normally born?
- How old are the cubs before they leave the sett?
- How long is the badger pregnant for?
- Why is the badger classed as a carnivore?
- What is a badger called if it has white hair and pink eyes?
- Is it true that some badgers are actually red in colour?
- When is a badger at its heaviest in the year?
- Why do badgers like deciduous woodlands on dry slopes near open
- Why don't badgers like it when it gets very cold or very hot?
- What is badger baiting?
- Why is it a Eurasian badger?
- Are badgers protected by the law?
- In the UK, where are badgers most common?
- Is there such a thing as a "Honey" badger?
- Badgers and cattle (and other animals) suffer from a respiratory
disease. What is it called?
- Is it true that a badgers attack people?
- Is it true that badgers will never cross water?
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