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honey badger

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ashley goebel

on 22 April 2014

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Transcript of honey badger

physical adaptations
Honey badgers have some immunity to snake venom's. A honey badger bitten on the face by the highly toxic puff adder showed signs of severe pain but was fine within five hours .
They have claws and sharp teeth to grab their prey and eat it. Also there sharp claws help to dig holes and tunnels.
They have dark fur to help blend in and hide from predators.
the honey badger is best known in Africa and West and South Asia. (the red areas on the map) they live in dry glass lands.
Animal Adaptations
Honey Badger
by: Ashley Goebel &
Curt Welker

How Can They Die
They Honey Badger Would
die if the climate suddenly
got colder because they
do not have protection
against the cold.
Honey Badgers dig holes to hied from predators
like a snake. It acts as a shelter for the
badger and it can stay in the hole for long
amounts of time.
Behavioral Adaptations
The Honey Badger will attack
anything that it finds threatening
even is it is a lot bigger that itself
Behavioral Adaptions
They can switch from being
nocturnal in the summer
to being diurnal in the winter.
Behavioral Adaptions
The honey badger will
never run away from an enemy
they will fight until one of
them dies.
The Honey Badger's teeth are sharp for tearing apart animal flesh
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