This solitary animal hunts for prey in grasslands and prairies by digging its prey out of its burrow. When threatened, they will back into their own burrow and snarl and growl.
- American badgers have been observed hunting with coyotes in the wild.
- American badgers belong to the Mustelidae family, which includes skunks and minks.
- They are carnivorous and tend to eat small mammals like ground squirrels and rats.
|Conservation status||Least concern|