I think that Badger was being discriminated against.
That badger is not playing, he’s preying.
Gotta love the tenacity in those little killers!
Badger hair makes the best shaving brushes.
Is that Russian the kids a re speaking? Eastern Europe is the Arabia of the civilized world.
Don’t badger the badgers!
Badgers in large numbers are bloody terrifying. You see the in Switzerland, France and Belgium in the countryside in large numbers all the time. Quite fascinating to watch, but frightening nonetheless. Badgers are notoriously ornery and can be rabid. Never approach a badger unless you are stalking it to shoot it dead. With a gun. Or a rifle.
Now you know why Canadians are likely among the more popular national populations in BadgerWorld. Most Canucks do not know one end of a firearm from the other. To badgers, that is loveable because they get shot by European campers and hunters all the time.
The closest thing to badgers in Canada is the raccoon.
Once a European shoots a badger dead, scream at him for wanting to wear its pelt or eat its flesh.
That’s what some Europeans do to feel superior to Canadians, so…
How about pounding on the Japs who eat animals while they are still alive? http://thestir.cafemom.com/food_party/116980/Eating_Live_Lobster_Is_Cruelty
Your racism has been noted.
You can go now.
Yet you hate Russians. Of course, that’s not racist, ’cause they’re white.
Oh, someone didn’t get his juice today.
Looks like your comment was too subtle for the idiots hereabouts.
That’s nothing, try waking up in the morning and walking around barefoot in someones house and discovering they have a pet Ferret.
Same family of animal but sneakier, faster and behave like cats and lasers when it comes to toes.
What it there! I have had pet ferrets and even raised them. They were terrific and deadly for killing rats or hunting rabbits.
Ya but they have really really reeeeeally have a thing for human toes.
Ferrets, weasels, Badgers, Otters…… those are determined little bastards when they set their mind on something, which why they are good hunters despite their size. The tough hide also helps.
You are right about that. They just do not give up.
Sea Otters can be the same when they are hungry and set their sights on any food or bait you have, a gang out those targeting your stuff is a force to behold, you literally have to beat them off with sticks or a paddle.
Dealt with them lots of times kayak fishing on the BC coast. they’ll circle like sharks waiting for you to turn your head for a second or walk away from your stuff on land.
Friggin kids. Walking advertisements for keeping abortion legal.