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Science Fact of the Day: Honey Badgers Are Resistant to Snake Venom

Honey badgers are resistant to snake venom and are known to prey on these reptiles along with a host of other creatures,including small mammals, the young of large mammals, birds, insects, and carrion.


They also eat bee larvae (found near honey) and occasionally eat small amounts of vegetation and fruit, too.


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