Badger -(Taxidea taxus)
The American Badger is found primarily on the great plains of North America. One of the larger members of the Mustelidae family, the Badger tends to be a solitary animal. The badger is an excellent digger using its powerful forelimbs to tunnel rapidly through the soil.
These badger skeletons are complete, but may exhibit some slight damage such as a broken rib, missing or broken distals, etc.
Average Skull Length: 13.1cm (5.1in)
Average Skull Width: 8cm (3.1in)
Average Skull Height: 6.1cm (2.4in)
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