Here's your semi-regular reminder that not all of Mother Nature's furriest friends are cuddle-friendly.
Scientists from the University of Utah set of cameras to monitor the behavior of scavenger animals in the Great Basin. They were treated to something entirely unexpected: the first known instance of a badger storing a carcass that was larger than the badger itself.
WATCH | A badger buries an entire cow carcass all by itself.
The video quickly made its way around social media.
Many online are fascinated by the little guy's achievement.
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