“Badgers? BADGERS?! WE DON'T NEED NO STINKING BADGERS!!!!!”
—Some Guy, UHF
Badgers are omnivorous animals in the weasel family. Badgers have fat bodies and short legs, suitable for digging. These animals live in underground colonies (typically called clans). There are nine species of badger in total, spread across four continents (North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa). One of these species is the Honey Badger, which is known for not giving a #$%& 'bout stuff. Oh, and try not to get attacked by any. Badgers are painful. Really painful.