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tony from suffolk

Well-known member
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royfellows

Well-known member
Just seen on the road "ABS SKIPS" but cound not get a picture. Probably very light and easy to handle but dubious about their strength, I stick to the steel ones.
 

Fulk

Well-known member
Well, I'd never heard of a honey badger, so I looked it up, and this (among other stuff) is what I found;

The honey badger is famous for its strength, ferocity and toughness. It is known to savagely and fearlessly attack almost any other species when escape is impossible, reportedly even repelling much larger predators such as lionand hyena.[33] Bee stings, porcupine quills, and animal bites rarely penetrate their skin. If horses, cattle, or Cape buffalos intrude upon a honey badger's burrow, it will attack them.[29] In the Cape Province it is a potential prey species of the African leopard[34][35] and African rock pythons.[8][36]
 
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