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    African beastie I think - not like our British Brock - worst thing they do is excavate your garden

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    Oh goodness, he is a scary looking one isn't he?






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    Superb pictures......Looks like Mick with his burglar mask on in the last one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 205672
    Pooh and Wind in the same sentence?

    Well that's this thread heading down the pan then.
    noooooooooo pooh, wind and badgers!!















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    I, like Tink, also thought that all badgers were vicious animals. I was getting ready to say that it was a good thing you cat couldn't get near the badger.





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    the badger runs a mile if he sees him.

    They make the most adorable snuffling noise

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    i think if you trapped a badger and it was frightened it could be vicious















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    Yeah but that is pretty much true of most animals - they are by nature very timid and secretive creatures - they eat grubs and insects they aren't violent by nature

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    very rare you see them too

    i was driving home 2 weeks ago and there was a deer in the road god it frightened the life out of me
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    I feel very lucky to have them - we had a fox in teh garden last night as well - another cub all fluffy and cute - couldn't get a pic of him though. I do see them when I am up in the small ours with the scope but only cos I'm still for hours on end. One nosed past me at 4 am one day and realised I was there Hard to sayu who was more surprised. Lisa says shes never seen a wild one before - well one that wasn't roadkill anyway

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