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Never provoke this animal or it will fight you until one of you run away

Africa is full of mysteries and different kind of animals. Even the whole world is interested in coming to African continent just for holidays to see animals on the national parks. These animals are protected by nature conervation from being hunted. They fear that if this animals are not protected then they might be killed and become extinct.

Honey banger is one of the tough small animal in the animal kingdom. This vicious animal it is known to chaseaway even pride of lions because of its sturbbon behaviour. Even big animals like impalas and buffalos know this honey badger that if provoked it will bring a tough fight. It is protected by thick layer of skin that protect it from severe injuries during the fights.

The honey badger will fight non stop until it is dead or the attacker tires at which point the honey badger will make a break for it. The honey badger has an exceptionally tough, thick and loose hide specifically evolved to defend it against biting, clawing and stinging.

Their skin offers them great protection against most attacks including dogs, arrows, spears and even machetes. Honey badgers aren't bulletproof however and can successfully be killed with a bludgeon to the skull or a gunshot to the head.

wehave seen many many documentarieswhere honey badger face snake and attack wether it is venomous or non venomous. Snakes like cobra, black mamba and puff adder and other venomous snakes. It kills it and eat it on the scene of a fight and then after that it will take the remains to its home.

While honey badgers have the tools to be dangerous, there are very few verified attacks on humans. Much of the time they go out of their way to avoid contact with us or large predators like lions and leopards. If you see one on safari, you should feel lucky rather than scared.

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