36 thoughts on “Badger!

    1. Joe the Lion

      1. Pine Marten
      2. Arctic Fox
      3. Wild Boar
      4. Badger
      5. Fox – who is only really a glorified dog IMHO

      The Moa is also a personal favourite of mine – shame you guys ate them all.

      1. Don Pidgeoni

        Moas are clearly idiots.

        1.Foxes
        2.Badgers
        3.Ducks – because ducks are awesome

        I need time to think about 4 and 5. This is a very serious list and I won’t be rushed.

        1. Joe the Lion

          Moas were just too nice for their own good

          They were so evolved and their civilisation had advanced so much that they did not even need to fly any more and you guys just couldn’t help yourselves, could you? You disgust me.

        2. Joe the Lion

          I agree with you on ducks by the way but that’s a separate list – birds. Moas – I’m not sure which list they should be on. I also like an oul brent goose so I do.

          1. Don Pidgeoni

            Nah, ducks are cool, they are definitely top 5. You are proposing too many lists. Moas should technically be on the top 5 extinct birds list

          2. Don Pidgeoni

            Unless I had a time machine how could I? Though I guess I can stand up for all moderate non-Moa eating NZers worldwide if I must

      2. joe cool

        for shame…you’ve missed out on
        A. The mongoose
        b. The Honey Badger

        2 animals that are the absolute bosses of the animal world

    1. fFs

      If you see’em out in daylight hours, it’s pretty sure they’re very sick with TB – call wildlife services

    2. Mikeyfex

      Stop collecting data everyone, we got ourselves a picture of a badger up during the day.

      *rapturous applause in control room*

    1. Celine

      I hope not! I took the pic first thing this morning – sun had just come up. I was reading that they are active at dusk and dawn, which may explain it. He was pottering around the grass, I’m guessing looking for worms, but he was pretty active in any case.

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