By the side of the road..

Posted on November 13, 2019 by Madeleine Rogers

The British badger feasts mainly on earthworms, small mammals (including hedgehogs) and other insects, making it the UK's largest wild carnivore*.  It is estimated that 50,000 badgers are killed in road accidents every year. Further population losses have occurred in the last few years due to a controversial cull, devised as an attempt the spread of bovine TB. The benefits of this much contested cull remain uncertain.

*They do occasionally eat plants. 


With your head in your hands.

Krill are brill

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