What is a badgers lair called?
A Badger set.
Its a Badgers Cete and a Foxes Den an alternative answer is that at Badger lives in a 'sett' and a fox's home is an 'earth'
A fox or badgers den is a home where the animals live and have babies. The fox den can sometimes be called a lair and a badgers den is called a sett.
Lair A rabbit burrow Badgers den or sett.
The collective for badgers is called a colony of badgers.
The collective noun for badgers are: A colony of badgers. A cete of badgers.
No. Wombats are never called badgers. They look completely different, and there are no badgers in Australia.
It was called the Wolf's Lair.
An otters den or lair is call a Holt.
An otters den or lair is call a Holt.
The people who live in Wisconsin are called badgers because Wisconsin is the badger state.
Badgers live in underground burrows, called 'setts'.
It is called a "den"
its called a den
A group of badgers is called a clan or cete Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_group_of_badgers_called#ixzz1D5h5EOY2
The shelter of a fox is called a den, a lair, a burrow or an earth.
The collective name for a group of badgers is a clan, colony, or cete. In the UK a group of badgers is called a sett.
The badgers habitat is they live underground in extensive tunnels called setts
Tigers do not live in any sort of a house.
The Batcave .
The lair of a burrowing animal is often called a den. Other times it may be referred to as a burrow, or a sett as it is with a badger.
A sett or set.
They are called lairs, dens, burrows or earths.
A den or a lair.
Badgers don't have a different name in Britain - they are called badgers there as well. I'm british and I've never heard anyone refer to badgers by another name.
badgers are a rare specis called distrgullableifes which have abnormally small bones. Badgers do however made up for this in that they have 426 bones, none of which are bigger then the human femur.
A cub or a kit
A badgers home is called hairmoose remover. Sett
Badgers live all over the world. All of them live underground in burrows called setts.
The male badger is a Boar The female badger is a Sow The young badgers are called either Kits or Cubs
A lair is a general term for an underground or enclosed place that an animal not necessarily a fox uses to hide, sleep, etc. The name for a fox's lair is a 'den', or a less commonly used term for a fox's lair is a 'covert'. I don't think I have ever heard it called anything else, either. As children, we just called it a fox hole. I've heard it called a den on a… Read More
The fear of Badgers is called Skunkaphobia . The symptoms are, loss of sleep, short hair, and large eyes. You NEED to get help if you suffer from Skunkaphobia. You could be going crazy!
it is called the Mines of Moria
A foxe's den.
They are called after the badgers because Wisconsin is a mining state and in hthe XIX century miners were compared to badgers as in winter they had to live in dens because of the cold weather.
Badgers come in a Cete
badger's nests are called sett.
A fox digs a burrow called a lair or a den.
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?"
I think it is called a lair
A tiger's home is called a lair.
Badgers tend to live in dry grassland or fields in different regions of the world, including North America, Europe, Malaysia, Indonesia, and China. There are about 11 species of badgers that belong to the family called Mustelidae. Badgers eat a variety foods, such as earthworms, insects, reptiles, birds, and fruit.
Its the hole in the ground where they live and breed. It is called a sett
a normal person. I would not blame you if you where. they are DANGEROUS.
Badgers live in burrows called "sets."
their home or lair is an 'earth' although according to the encyclopaedia they usually sleep in grasses or thickets, using an earth or lair in the breeding season
there is a "den of thieves" hideout lair
badgers eat little small mammals and mostley they dig for food and they eat honey because they are called a honey badger!
Of course not. Wisconsin is cause The Badger State because there are no badgers whatsoever in the state.yes there are , the 1st person who answered was wrong , then why would it be called the badger state then ?
I think the badger is the states animal.