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You have badgers in North America? Are they still called badgers, or do they have another name?
Still called badgers. I've never seen one in California* (though they could be here), but you can find them elsewhere, like in the East.

* It's been decades since I last went backpacking, so there could be whole cities of badgers in the Sierra Nevada now, for all I know.
 

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Still called badgers. I've never seen one in California* (though they could be here), but you can find them elsewhere, like in the East.

* It's been decades since I last went backpacking, so there could be whole cities of badgers in the Sierra Nevada now, for all I know.
I've never seen a living one here, plenty of dead ones. Their road awareness isn't great :rolleyes: Oh and the UK government want to cull them anyway for supposedly spreading bovine TB :(
 
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