Badgers are carnivores and usually prey on insects, prairie dogs, mice, birds, and other smaller rodents. They have long front claws and back claws that resemble a shovel that helps them dig into burrows in search of food. They are seen to dwell in underground burrows where they sleep during the day.
Badgers are nocturnal and prefer to hunt at night and sleep in their burrows during the day. Similar to a bear, they have been seen to not come out as often in the winter when it is colder in temperature and slow down but not necessarily hibernate, as a bear would.
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