Honey badgers have been known to repel much larger predators such as lions. These creatures never give up and never give in!
That’s right. Keep moving! Honey badgers sometimes chase away young lions and take their kills. You think honey badger’s going to be afraid of you?
Honey badgers aren’t afraid to kill and eat poisonous snakes such as cobras. They also have the least specialized diet of any member of the weasel family.
Yes, honey badgers love honey. They can be a scourge to beekeepers, shrugging off countless stings to break into hives. And there’s really nothing you can do about it.
…and it ain’t pretty!
A honey badger’s most valuable weapon might just be its big brain. Honey badgers are one of only a few species known to use tools.
Good try, though. Honey badger goes where it wants!
To learn more about these feisty creatures whose behavior is still relatively unknown to science, be sure to watch “Honey Badgers: Masters of Mayhem” on Feb. 19 on Nature on PBS!