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Badger (Taxidea taxus)

The badger has a fight and drive in it that most animals its size do not possess. A master digger, huge sharp claws help the badger work Ina Maka. The badger spends most of its time in the dark, either underground or hunting at night beneath the moonlight. They are rarely seen but aggressive and act like a small bear. It is a vicious fighter but can work with the coyote in coordinating hunts. It is an animal of the earth. Badgers have 1 inch claws for digging and hunting.

Fierce, Aggressive 

Color: Gray, White, with hints of Yellow 

Length: 30 inches

Weight: 25 pounds 

Lifespan: 3-10 years in wild 

Speed: 19 MPH

Badger: Welcome
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