|Honey Badger Mellivora capensis
|Alleghedi Plains, Ethiopia
The Honey Badger is distributed in most of Africa, in the Middle East and through to India. See the distribution map at IUCN. It is found in a very wide variety of habitats from rain forest to marshes to deserts and from sea level to 4,500 metres.
|It feeds on mammals, insects, birds, amphibians, reptiles, birds, roots berries and fruits although its favourite
foods appear to be honey and bee larvae. A lot of its food is obtained by burrowing in the ground.
There is more information available at a dedicated website called The Honey Badger.
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