Honey Badger

Honey Badger
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Honey Badger adaptations for science.

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  • No way Jose
  • Ooh dinner
  • Ima eat U
  • Aint happenin
  • Ha now my venom is even stronger
  • My venom is so strong
  • Oh? Well my antibodies are better now too
  • Well so are my antibodies
  • Honey Badgers have adapted to their environment by learning to protect themselves. For instance, Honey Badgers are fearless they will fend off any predator, even lions, this can be good and bad. Good because it can chase off a lion trying to steal its food, but bad because its too stupid to run away from a rampaging elephant.
  • Hey Jim
  • Hey Todd
  • Honey Badgers are constantly in an arms race with venomous animals. Honey Badgers decided prey on venomous snakes because no one else does, so they have a bunch food all to them selves. In order to hunt them they adapted to their fangs and venom by getting thicker skin to protect against their fangs, and even developed an immunity to their venoms.
  • Attack!!
  • When the Honey Badgers became immune to their venom snakes retaliated by developing deadlier venom. When this happened honey badgers became immune to that and so on. This arms race can prove both deadly and good for humans. The deadlier snake venom can mean more people will die to venomous snakes, but scientist can also use the antibodies in the Honey Badger to develop better medicine.
  • Sorry Jim, I cant hep ya on this one.
  • The Honey Badger's territory usually overlaps with those of other Honey Badgers. Because of this they are sometimes seen traveling in small groups. Due to this they are not seen as territorial.
  • The Honey Badger is commonly seen as a relative of the skunk, however they are actually part of the weasel family. This is because similar to the skunk the Honey Badger has a spray as well. The Honey Badger has a spray that calms animals. They use this to calm down the bees when they what to eat some honey, which is where they get their namesake. Even if the bees sting them their thick skin means that they cant be stung.
  • That tickles
  • Honey Badger teeth are very sharp, but they don't come back. This means that Honey Badgers have to be carful how they manage their teeth, if they don't they could lose them, FOREVER!!
  • Doc, Doc! I need you to fixth my teef!
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