Why are badgers so aggressive?



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    One possible explanation for a badger’s aggressiveness is the fact that its solid, sturdy body allows it the luxury of fighting rather than running. Its muscular neck is covered by thick, loose fur, making it difficult to grab by a predator. This gives the badger time to turn on its attacker, and bite, claw, hiss, and growl aggressively.

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