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Honey badger Cert is pictured in the zoo in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010. Cert is a partner of Kaca who escaped from the Zoo earlier this week. Zoo spokeswoman Jana Ptacinska Jiratova said the female honey badger named Kaca escaped earlier in the week, when she probably climbed over a fence around two meters (six feet) high. Pavel Brandl, in charge of mammals at the Prague zoo, said the honey badger is considered the most fearless animal in the world. He said the small, furry creature which weighs about 17 pounds (eight kilograms) and loves honey is unlikely to survive in the wild. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Wanna be low-key impressed by a badger? Watch this one bury an entire cow by itself.


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.  

Badger burying a cow

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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