Badgers are part of the Mustelidae family that also includes otters, weasels, ferrets, and skunks. These solitary creatures are omnivorous, eating mostly earthworms, grubs, small mammals, and insects. Badgers have short legs, wedge-shaped heads, and sharp claws designed to dig for prey.
- Exhibits signs of dental disease
- Naturally missing and worn teeth
- Skull Length 12.7cm (5in)
- Skull Width 8.4cm (3.3in)
- Skull Height 6.2cm (2.4in)