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(Twitter)   New on Disney+: "The Coyote and The Badger"   ( divider line
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779 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 31 Jan 2023 at 9:35 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2023-01-31 7:31:51 AM  
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2023-01-31 9:19:56 AM  
Disney's Fox and the Hound 2...badger coyote boogaloo.
2023-01-31 11:00:56 AM  
The coyote was raised by badgers. He thinks he IS a badger. The badger accepts him, as it's his brother.
2023-01-31 11:16:23 AM  
2023-01-31 11:21:57 AM  
Coyotes and badgers are known to hunt together
2023-01-31 1:55:36 PM  

AintNoAmoeba: Coyotes and badgers are known to hunt together

Yeah. Somebody slapped together video of two different hunting pairs - the first from South Lake Tahoe and the 2nd from  the CA bay area. Most coverage of either one mentions hunting together.
Badger and Coyote Seen Strolling Together in California Forest
Media Credit: Toogee Sielsch via Storyful

Oct 22, 2021 - Trending  - South Lake Tahoe, California
A wildlife photographer said he captured an "unusual friendship" on September 1 when he recorded video of a badger and coyote strolling together in a forest in South Lake Tahoe, California. Toogee Sielsch captured the footage of the unusual pair walking through the wooded area, saying, "I feel like a little boy that found hidden treasure." Sielsch added that such wildlife behavior is known of, but "RARELY captured." A video of a coyote and badger traveling together that went viral in 2020 was captured in Gilroy, California, about 160 miles from South Lake Tahoe. Credit: Toogee Sielsch via Storyful

Here is the source of the 2nd part from Peninsula Open Space, one of many scenes of a pair at a road underpass. I don't see why they are amazed that a hunting pair travel together. They aren't exactly playing or cuddling.

Coyote and Badger: More Friendship (and Waddles) in Extended Video - California Wildlife Camera
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California Wildlife Camera
Peninsula Open Space Trust - POST
86,325 views Feb 10, 2020
There's more to the story! The coyote and badger were together for about an hour before trotting off through a culvert under a California highway. See for yourself in this extended video. While coyotes and badgers have been known to hunt together, this video captured a different type of interaction. We see two very different species, right by a busy roadway, using a human-made structure to travel safely underneath the highway together. To our knowledge, this is the first documented observation of its kind. We see an amazing inter-species relationship that seems mutualistic - like they're braving this hazardous situation together. This footage was captured by our partners, Pathways for Wildlife, as part of our research to better understand how wildlife moves across the southern Santa Cruz Mountains. We have more than 50-remote sensor cameras helping us capture and study scenes like this. The findings help us improve and expand safe wildlife habitats and crossings in the Bay Area. Learn more about the video and our wildlife study in Northern California at
Video: Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) / Pathways for Wildlife
2023-01-31 1:57:47 PM  
If they team up with cats, we're boned!
2023-01-31 3:22:08 PM  
You'll notice nobody will hang around with racoons except other racoons.
2023-01-31 6:10:15 PM  

skybird659: If they team up with cats, we're boned!

Nobody teams up with cats.  Even other cats won't team up with cats, unless they need a patsy.
2023-01-31 6:34:03 PM  

LoneVVolf: skybird659: If they team up with cats, we're boned!

Nobody teams up with cats.  Even other cats won't team up with cats, unless they need a patsy.

Too late! we're boned!
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