Honey badger

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Honey badger

  1. 1. Tristan Garcia Mrs. Williams Computer 2Honey Badger
  2. 2.  Scientific Name of Animal Range and Habitat Map Diet Size, Weight, Length Breeding Special Behaviors or Unique Anatomical Features Weird Info ConclusionLink Slide
  3. 3.  Mellivora Capensis melli means(honey) and vora (I devour), hence "honey eater". Capensis means that the species was named for its presence in the Cape Province of South AfricaScientific Name of Animal
  4. 4. South African distribution mapGlobal distribution mapRange and Habitat Map
  5. 5.  beetles, scorpions, lizards, rodents and birds. Iguanas, crocodiles (1meter) and pythons that are (3meters), also cobras and black mamba.Diet
  6. 6.  Total length- 780 to 1020mm Head- 25 to 155 mm Body- 500 to 640 mm Tail- 160 to 230mm Shoulder Height- 230 to 300 mm Neck Circumference- 225 to 355 mm Male- 9.0 to 14.0 kg Female- 5.5 to 10.0 kg Size, Weight, Length
  7. 7.  Litter of 1 - 4 young Female relocates to a new den every 2 - 5 days Venture from the den at 3 months old Full adult size at 8 monthsBreeding
  8. 8.  does not have visible ears at all It does have long, hard claws as well as a blunt snout which enable extensive digging through variable media thick skin which defends it from bee stings, snake bites and canine bites. Its skin and fur are also slick, making it harder to cling to for a potential predator.Special Behaviors or UniqueAnatomical Features
  9. 9.  This badger has a pair of anal glands can emit a profuse, unpleasant secretion, often used to mark out territory (Marking Territory)Weird Info
  10. 10.  The honey badger is fearless Can take bee stings, snake bites Kills larger predators than itselfConclusion

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