The honeyguide leads the badger to the hive and then eats up after the honey badger destroys it. Well, after over 200 years of study, we can pretty definitively say that honey badgers don’t care.
The honey badger (Mellivora capensis), also known as the ratel (/ ˈ r eɪ t əl / or / ˈ r ɑː t əl /), is widely distributed in Africa, Southwest Asia, and in the Indian subcontinent.Because of its wide range and occurrence in a variety of habitats, it is listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List.. It is the only species in the mustelid subfamily Mellivorinae and its only genus Mellivora.
Rhinos are dangerous, but even they have their eye on the savagely violent Honey Badger. Yes, Honey Badgers are one of the most dangerous creatures known to mankind. They are known to attack, dismember, and kill all other animals, including humans.
Are honey badgers dangerous? yes. they could kill you. in a programme called roar a park keeper said that in 1998 a keeper fell in and was killed. they also keep electric wires around the side so:
The badger was digging holes in a farmers field, which is dangerous to the farmer, and his equipment. The badger was relocated to avoid potential harm to the farmer, and the animal.
Today I found out the world’s most fearless creature is the Honey Badger, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.. Honey Badgers have many reasons to be fearless. They have very thick (about 1/4 inches), rubbery skin, which is so tough that it’s been shown to be nearly impervious to traditionally made arrows and spears.
Are honey badgers dangerous? yes. they could kill you. in a programme called roar a park keeper said that in 1998 a keeper fell in and was killed. they also keep electric wires around the side so
Honey Badgers have a reputation for being aggressive and fearless. They will not bow to any creature… Not even the King of the Jungle. So when two honey badgers approached a pride of lions ...
Can a Badger Attack Humans? According to the BBC, badgers can attack humans, although they are normally extremely wary of people and avoid contact. Badgers are omnivores within the family Mustelidae and are related to weasels, otters and wolverines.
Honey badgers will dig into burrows after prey and climb tall trees to raid a nest of baby birds.  Not much will readily tangle with these dangerous predators. Lions, spotted hyenas, and leopards tend to kill only older and weaker honey badgers.