Where are Honey Badgers Found?

The Honey Badger is a fierce badger-like mammal found in Africa and India. It is also known as the Ratel. They are called Honey Badgers because they have a fondness for honey. They are adapted to survive in both wet and dry habitats. They have thick skulls inside their broad heads, small eyes and no external ears. Their ears are enclosed in the skin, with an opening that can be closed to keep out dirt.

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