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Badgers And Other Mustelids (World Book"s Animals of the World)

by Lisa Klobuchar

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by World Book .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mammals,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - Mammals,
  • Science,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
  • Badgers,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Mustelidae,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWorld Book Inc. ()
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10523546M
    ISBN 100716612658
    ISBN 109780716612650

    Many other stories featuring badgers as characters include Kenneth Grahame's children's novel The Wind in the Willows (), Beatrix Potter's The Tale of Mr. Tod (; featuring badger Tommy Brock), the Rupert Bear adventures by Mary Tourtel (appearing since ), T. H. White's Arthurian fantasy novels The Once and Future King (, written –41) and The Book of Merlyn (), Fantastic Class: Mammalia. HANCOX, M. () Delayed implantation in badgers and other mustelids: a review. Mustelid & Viverrid Conservation 8. HARRISON & BATES, P.J.J. () The mammals of Arabia.

    About Dancing Badger, and other assorted mustelids. Part of a series of essays in appreciation of badgers, skunks, weasels, and the wolverine. This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device.   These striped-faced mustelids are expert excavators, skilled at plucking out earthworms, grubs, insects and all sorts of other critters. Badgers often are portrayed in movies and popular.

      In common with other mustelids, badgers mark out their territory and communicate using scent. Each badger produces a characteristic musky scent from special glands, and as well as marking territory this scent serves to identify the individual badger . Badgers distinguish themselves from other mustelids by their digging proclivities. They dwell in holes they dig called setts, and these setts can vary in complexity and purpose.


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Badgers and other mustelids. [World Book, Inc.;] -- Question and answer format explores the world of badgers and other mustelids, with an emphasis on badgers, including classification chart.

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US$ Weasels, Badgers, Otters & other Mustelids The family Mustelidae is a family of carnivorous mammals which includes the weasel, badger, otter, marten, ferret, mink, stoat, and wolverine.

Skunks used to be included in this family but nowadays have been placed within their own family, the Mephitidae. Badgers And Other Mustelids (World Book's Animals of the World) Hardcover – 1 April Author: Lisa Klobuchar.

Mustelids include the polecats, the badgers, the martens, the otters, the wolverine, and other members of the weasel family.

Historically, skunks have also been included in Mustelidae, but genetic analyses suggest that they belong to a separate family of their own (Mephitidae). There are 56 species in this family. They are found in all parts of the world, except Australia and Antarctica.

They are found in diverse habitats. Some species are found primarily on land, while others, like the otters, are found in freshwater and marine environments. Most species have long, cylindrical bodies and short legs.

Other species, like the wolverine and the badger, have broad, flat. Mustelids. The Mustelidae or weasel clan is a family known for its members’ fascinating habits; it includes the badgers, skunks, otters, ferrets and weasels.

In the Sonoran Desert region only the badger and the skunks are common. Question and answer format explores the world of badgers and other mustelids, with an emphasis on badgers, including classification chart.

Badgers are sturdy, strongly built mustelids which are primarily found in the Northern Hemisphere, but also have species populating South Africa and Indonesia. All extant species live in burrows called setts, though their usage differs between species with some living in family groups and others living predominantly solitary lives.

Eurasian Otters can discriminate between the spraints of different individuals. Mustelids can also use their smell to deter an attacker, as it can give an unpleasant odour.

Badgers, on the other hand, even scent-mark on other individuals of their group (also common in other social organised mustelid species). Well known to book collectors and booklovers, our site is an excellent resource for discovering a rough value of an old book.

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Fierce, menacing, and mysterious, badgers have fascinated humans as living an /5. Mustelids are mammals that belong to the weasel family. Mustelids include 65 species (and 25 genera) of weasels, badgers, ferrets, fishers, grisons, martens, otters, polecats, stoats, minks, tayras, wolverines, and more.

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Now we turn to mustelids, which include weasels, otters, badgers, and other relatives. Most Mustelids have powerful claws; long, squat bodies; and musky scent glands. Often mistaken for rodents, Mustelids in fact belong to the order Carnivora. Alaria taxideae is described by Swanson & Erickson from the small intestine of Taxidea taxus, Mustela cicognanii, M.

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His books occasionally include mustelid characters such as Digger the badger, Glutton the wolverine, Billy the mink, Joe the otter, Shadow the weasel; Pekan the fisher and Spite the marten. (3) Northern Mink by Keenan Poloncsak [ISBN: ].The Badgers and the Biker Lifestyle.

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Mustelidae is the largest family within Carnivora and is comprised of 56 species in 22 genera. Members of this family include weasels, stoats, polecats, mink, marten, fishers, wolverines, otters, badgers and others. While many authors have traditionally considered skunks a subfamily within Mustelidae, recent molecular evidence indicates that skunks do not lie within the mustelid.