Informative Honey Badger Speech

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Honey Badger Speech
Do you think you're tough!? Well you're not. You have not even seen tough until you see a honey badger. This animal amazes me so much with its fierceness that I had to share it. You might be saying to yourself. “Why would I want to hear about a honey badger”? but trust me if one day you happen to run into a honey badger, You are going to want to be informed. Honey Badgers live in Africa, the Middle East, and India, So if you ever find yourself in one of these places beware. But before I tell you how fearless the Honey Badger is let me tell you what a honey badger looks like. They are about 2 feet long and about 2 feet tall, and they are part of the weasel family. They are black with a whitish gray stripe running down its back. Honey badgers are also equipped with extremely sharp teeth and a powerful jaw. A honey badgers jaw is actually strong enough to break a turtles shell open. Honey Badgers also have very tough skin. The skin is very thick and rubbery, which almost impervious to arrow and spears. Even a blow from machete can't scratch the skin. The skin protects them from bites. The skin also looseness. It allows them to twist and turn on their attackers when held. It said that the only safe grip on Honey Badger is on its back of the neck however nobody is brave enough to actually prove that. So i guess the recommended thing to do is to run away as fast as you can. The Honey badger has huge variety of foods that it eats. They eat over 60 species of animals Badgers eat a host of smaller food items like insect larvae, beetles, scorpions, lizards, rodents and birds. They will catch the larger reptiles like crocodiles and pythons and include the highly venomous cobras and black mamba in their diet. Larger mammals like the Springhare, polecat and particularly juvenile foxes, jackals, antelope and wild cats, are also caught. Honey badgers are accomplished climbers and can easily climb up into the uppermost branches of trees to raid bird nests...
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