What is a family of badgers called?
The collective for badgers is called a colony of badgers.
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.
Badgers are carnivorous mammals and is a common name for any animal of three subfamilies, in the family Mustelidae: the same mammal family as ferrets, weasels, otters, and several other types of weasels. Typical badgers like Meles, Arctonyx, Taxidea and Mellivora species are short-legged and heavy-set. The lower jaw is articulated to the upper by means of a transverse condyle firmly locked into a long cavity of the cranium, so that dislocation of the jaw…