Honey badgers have a strong immunity to venom from snakes and scorpions. They also have other physical characteristics that protect them from envenomed bites and stings. More »

Honey badgers typically live in arid parts of Africa and Asia. In Africa, their range extends from Morocco to the southern end of the continent. In Asia, they are found in Nepal, western India, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan ... More »

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According to the San Diego Zoo, honey badgers live up to 26 years in captivity. Their lifespan in the wild is unknown. This animal, whose proper name is "ratel," is part of the weasel family. More »

Cattle can form a natural immunity for life to tick fever if they are exposed to all three tick fever organisms before 9 months of age. Additionally, a temporary immunity is passed from a mother with immunity to her calf... More »

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According to the San Diego Zoo, honey badgers live up to 26 years in captivity. Their lifespan in the wild is unknown. This animal, whose proper name is "ratel," is part of the weasel family. More »

Badger.org lists several species of badgers that live in different parts of the world, but Wikipedia states that there are only three subfamilies. These subfamilies draw lines between the European, American and African h... More »

The most common predators that eat badgers include bobcats, golden eagles, cougars and coyotes. Young badgers are mainly at risk of becoming eaten by these animals. Humans also cause a threat to badgers due to poisoning,... More »

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