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badger Badgers Underground



Badgers spend the daytime sleeping in their underground dens, known as 'setts', only coming out after sunset to feed and play.

Badgers are notoriously clean animals and they keep the inside of their setts clean by regularly changing their bedding. You can often find a mound of old bedding near the entrance of an active sett. It consists of mostly grass and leaves.




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