It might have taken an exhausting five days, but a badger in Utah did something that has never been seen before: bury an entire cow.
National Geographic, in a story video and story posted on their site Friday, explaining that a biologist who leaves animal carcasses out for research purposes notice on missing last year. And it wasn’t the result of coyotes, as expected, but rather a badger was to blame.
“The corgi-size creatures, which are related to weasels and wolverines, have a number of adaptations that allow them to dig like nobody’s business,” National Geographic said in their story.
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