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They have short, powerful legs and large, strong claws. The American badger can bury itself in less than a minute. Yet the badgers’ ancestors were better at climbing than digging. Four species of Asian ferret badgers still climb a lot. Most badgers live alone, but European badgers live in groups that share a large burrow system called a set. These sets are used by generations of badgers and can be enormous, with dozens of entrances and up to half a mile of tunnels. All badgers have bold stripy markings on their head or body.

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