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A young American Badger - Taxidea taxus - takes a break from digging for food to remain alert to surroundings. Badgers are omnivores that tend to prefer grassland holding small rodents such as mice, voles, squirrels, and groundhogs. As a digging machine, grassland soils also offer less resistance. The cheek badges explain its common name. Flagstaff, Arizona, 2013.

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