While studying scavenger behavior in Utah’s Great Basin Desert, University of Utah biologists observed an American badger doing something that no other scientists had documented before: bury an entire calf carcass by itself. (Watch a video of the badger here.)
While badgers and their relatives are known to cache food stores, this is the first known instance of a badger burying an animal larger than itself. The finding suggests that badg
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