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Encyclopedia of Deserts (1999)
by Michael A. Mares, Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (Norman, Okla.)
American badgers are solitary, coming together to breed only in summer or autumn. Badgers have been observed cooperating with a coyote to hunt prey This unusual cross-specific hunting behavior has not been explored in any detail.
In North America the group is represented by the American badgers ( Taxidea), in which the first upper premolar appears to be always ...
The firBt true molar below has its sectorial lobeB better developed ; these differences give the North American badgers a more carnivorous character than is manifested by the Indian or European species. In other allied genera, which, like the ...
Chambers's encyclopaedia (1901)
a dictionary of universal knowledge by William Chambers, David Patrick, W. & R. Chambers Ltd, J.B. Lippincott Company
American Badgers ( Taxidea), Ratels (Mellivora), &c, are closely related genera in the same sub- family as the ...
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American Badgers Taxidea taxus in California
The American badger (Taxidea taxus) is a Species of Special Concern in California. Funded by a grant from the CDFW Resource Assessment Program (RAP) ...
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