What will happen if a honey badger see a snake?
There are eight species of badger, in three subfamilies: Melinae (badgers of Europe and Asia - see links in species list below), Mellivorinae (the Ratel or honey badger), and Taxideinae (the American badger). Family Mustelidae * Subfamily Melinae ** Hog Badger, Arctonyx collaris ** Burmese Ferret-badger, Melogale personata ** Javan Ferret-badger, Melogale orientalis ** Chinese Ferret-badger, Melogale moschata ** Bornean Ferret-badger, Melogale everetti ** European Badger, Meles meles * Subfamily Mellivorinae ** Honey Badger or… Read More
Yes. Many people believe Hufflepuff to be all the leftovers - people who didn't have the traits of a Gryffindor (courage), Ravenclaw (intelligence), or Slytherin (cunning). What people don't realize is that Hufflepuff is the house for those who are loyal and determined. while a Gryffindor would be more likely to stand up for what they believe in, where (although they're true to what they believe in), wouldn't be as likely to stand up for… Read More
well if you are asking which has more physical strength then it would be the Wolverine. with the males being 30% larger then the females, the average size male Wolverine ranges around 22-55lbs and can grow up to 70lbs. while male Honey Badger being twice the size of the females, the average male Honey Badger gets around 19-30lbs. now feats of strength i would say the Wolverine still would come out on top. though i… Read More
The honey badger is found in arid grasslands and savannahs. Honey badgers are fierce carnivores with a keen sense of smell. They are known for their snake-killing abilities; they use their jaws to grab a snake behind its head and kill it. Honey badgers can devour a snake (150 cm/5ft or less) in 15 minutes. Badgers have a large appetite for beehives. Commercial honey producers do not take kindly to this destruction and sometimes shoot… Read More
If the other badgers see the incomer a fight may break out. As badgers have very powerful jaws and sharp teeth they could end up with nasty injuries . When a badger gets into a fight with another badger it might end up with a wound on its rump.
Yes, the badger is an endangered species, they are listed on the IUCN Red List and also several subspecies are protected under laws in the UK. There are 12 different badger species listed on the IUCN Red List. Three of those are listed as "data deficient" with a population growth trend of "unknown", they are, the Large-toothed Ferret Badger, Javan Ferret Badger, Bornean Ferret Badger. The Hog Badger is listed as "near threatened" and the… Read More
American badger = 32 European badger = 44 See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_number_of_chromosomes_of_various_organisms
Usually a person is going through an area and does not see the snake and get too close, sometimes even stepping on the snake. The snake feels threatened and bites in defense. Sometimes people intentionally harass or try to catch or kill the snake, provoking it to bite.
No exactly no I would have to see the snake first, but it could be possible to be a grass snake No exactly no I would have to see the snake first, but it could be possible to be a grass snake No exactly no I would have to see the snake first, but it could be possible to be a grass snake No exactly no I would have to see the snake first, but… Read More
It's very rare to see a badger kill a opossum , so a badger can eat a opossum .
Well it's not venemous, so you wouldn't get poisoned. But still, if any snake actually bites you, you should still get it checked out to see if you're infected by something.
See the link below for the honey composition.
See this link: Making Creamed Honey
spread honey on a honey tree and wait a while
See related links for various unique uses for honey.
Look in the related link below to see what honey contains.
brown bear and red deer Fox, badger, red eeer.
a human eye is different from a snake because humans see clear and snake see animals coming from far away
Badgers are short-legged, heavy-set omnivores in the weasel family, Mustelidae. There are eight species of badger, in three subfamilies (see links in species list below): Melinae (badgers of Europe and Asia), Mellivorinae (the Ratel or honey badger), and Taxideinae (the American badger). The Asiatic stink badgers of the genus Mydaus were formerly included in the Melinae and Mustelidae, but recent genetic evidence indicates that these are actually members of the skunk family, placing them… Read More
put honey on a honey tree
You cant, but if you put honey on the tree they will come to you.
To see an eagle with a snake in its talons represents the struggle of life between good and evil.
it depends on how much time you spend with it how you feed it and how they act make some notes of your garter snake or any other snake to see what type of snake it is and according to your results you can come to your conclusion and see your snakes personality if that's not the answer you expected then is it's the color of the snake then look at it in google images… Read More
Humans can consume wasp honey it's just not as localised as you would see bee honey.
Yes they do ! See the related link to Wikipedia for a picture of a snake skeleton.
It typically means there is a snake in your field of vision.We will be dead.
you have to put honey on a honey tree. eventually you'll find it
Go To Floroma Town You Should See A Entrance On The Corner Of The Town You See A Man, And That's Where You Get Honey In Pokemon Platinum.
first of all this stupid thing which you have questioned does not happen. even if it happens it means YOU ARE A BIG BIG BIG FOOL stupid!
Try asking one... then you'll see. A tiger snake is a highly venomous snake, and its bite can be fatal.
Put Honey On A Tree And If You Are Lucky You Will See An Aipom
honey bees only make hives in trees and I see bees in the eves of the roof. honey bees only make hives in trees and I see bees in the eves of the roof.
When I go to the cape in the summer the most common snake I see is the eastern garter snake. I typically find them in the pitch pine forests. Then next most common snake I see is the eastern milk snake. I usually see them on trails right next to forests. Then on cool mornings I sometimes see ringneck snakes.
in honey trees its superrare
Yes, if you get tickets to go and see Friday download then you will meet him :)
View the picture below to see what a garden snake looks like.
See the related link to a picture of a King snake.
It is impossible to know how old a snake is. The only way to be sure is if you bred the snake and knew it's date of birth.
Nobody knows exacaly when the snake is going to pop up. Click really fast when you see the snake.
Lets see! Oh, I don't know, even though it has king snake in it name!
not if it is a snake that when it bites you die right away but if it is a regular snake you will have to suck out the venom and then see what happens to the person
looks like a snake Below see the three most common-Garter, King and corn snake.
Resorcinol is used to test honey to see if sugar has been added to the honey. After adding the solution of resorcinol to the honey boil it, if the mixture turns red it means sugar is added and the honey is not pure.
The king snake not see in yellow.
snake i think =]
Yes !... It went --------------------> that way !
If you think that the snake is going to harm you, adrenaline is released. If it is a pet snake etc. no hormones of particular importance will be released.
You have to rub honey on a Honey Tree and keep on checking after a while and see if it moves.
For photos of the red-bellied black snake, see the related link.