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  Sanitation 

 

The badgers sanitary arrangements are unrivalled by any other woodland creature. Any trace of uncleanliness around the sett is usually young badgers, which have not yet learned the full value of cleanliness. At a convenient distance from the sett a main trail may be found to end at the latrine area, here vertical holes are dug some six inches deep and about four inches across. Each hole being used as long as its capacity permits. When full another hole is dug close by. 

 

 

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