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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?
Badgers are carnivores that feed mainly on smaller animals such as mice, voles, squirrels, birds or gophers. Aside from mammals they will also eat insects and lizards. You can find more information here: http://people.westminstercollege.edu/fac...  answers.ask.com
What Do Badgers Eat in the Wild?
Adult badgers are 2 to 3 feet long and weigh up to 26 lbs. They have broad, flat bodies with stout legs and a short tail. Their fur varies in color from gray to dark red and most badgers have a white strip running the length of their backs - similar  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
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