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Image: American badger (Taxidea taxus).

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The range of the American badger extends across most of the western two-thirds of the USA, parts of southern Canada, and northern Mexico. A loner, it is always digging - either to find food (mainly rodents) or to make new dens.

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Picture credits

The American badger photo used at the head of this Article is a public domain image provided by the US Fish & Wildlife Service; photographer Gary Stolz. Credits for the photos used in the right-hand margin of this page for site navigation can be found on the Credits page.


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