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What Do Badgers Eat?

Badgers are omnivorous mammals. They eat earthworms, small rodents, slugs, frogs, fruits, nuts, sweet corn, wheat and grubs. More »
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What Does a Badger Eat?
The foods that badgers prefer are located in open fields near woodland areas. Badgers will eat grains, such as barley, corn and wheat. They eat nuts and seeds they find on the ground, such as sunflower seeds and open walnuts and pecans. Badgers will  www.ehow.com
What does a Badger eat?
A badger's favorite food is earthworms, but they also eat other things, such as insects, berries, seeds, small reptiles and rodents. They will even eat human and pet food.  wiki.answers.com
What eats badgers?
There are a variety of badgers. The American badger gets much of its food by digging mice, gophers,...  www.chacha.com
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