One main carnivore that the honey badger eats is the snake.
Honey Badgers don't give a sh*t! They eat everything~omnivore
No and neither are cats, foxes, ferrets, weasels, raccoons, badgers, wolverines, or skunks. They are all in the carnivore family.
Although the badger is technically a carnivore, in fact their diet is actually omnivorous - it eats all sorts of plant and animal foods.
Lizards, scorpions, centipedes, spiders, snakes, toads, foxes, badgers, bobcats, cougars, wolves, coyotes, hawks, eagles
There are Eurasian badgers, hog badgers, American badgers, ferret badgers, honey badgers, and stink badgers. I'm guessing that your question was, "What kinds of badgers are there?"
coyotes eat badgers
The collective for badgers is called a colony of badgers.
Any carnivore larger than a jackrabbit can eat it. Such as snakes, hawks, coyotes, bears, badgers, pumas, mountain lions, etc.
The standard collective noun for badgers is a cete of badgers.
Badgers can swim
badgers do have tails.
badgers can not swim
Badgers are mammals.
No, badgers are carnivorous.
Weed killers can kill badgers because of their toxicity to mammals. The animal in question (Mustelidae family member) may die from drift, or being exposed to breeze- or wind-carried droplets or granules. The carnivore in question likewise may succumb by touching a contact or residual toxic herbicide.
yes, badgers are mammals
Are honey badgers marsupial
No. Wombats are never called badgers. They look completely different, and there are no badgers in Australia.
badgers are about 1 m and 100cm
Badgers mate in August and September