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By striker1998  
Sutch lovely animals. Not that I want to get political about this but I'm sure there has to be a different way that they can manage the Badger problem that the farmers are having other than the culling that is proposed Sad Very rarely do you get to see them alive in the wild but more offten you'll see them dead at the side of the road Sad Ok I was lucky to get this picture of a captive one at the British Wildlife Centre at Lingfield. They're doing a great job there of trying to educate people about our native animals.

Thank You for having a look at this picture & sorry about my little rant Wink

Voters: johnke, Ted447, GeorgePlatis and 19 more

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johnke 6 223 15
1 Jun 2013 2:05PM
Dam shame when we cant Co exist. more man and his greed. What a shot, I have never seen one, not even in the bush, superb ..John

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Ted447 Plus
6 216 1 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2013 2:30PM
Great image and I fully agree with your comments. TedGrinGrin
NaturesHaven 8 283 6 England
1 Jun 2013 3:18PM
There is a vaccine available to farmers for the cattle.........but I guess it's cheaper and feeds the blood lust of man to uncle had a dairy farm, never ever did he have a case of TB in his was a big herd...........I used to milk em...........GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
1 Jun 2013 3:56PM
Nice shot Richard, I joined Gwent Badger Group in 1991 and the current policy has been tried before and failed as it will this time,
richmowil Plus
10 380 2 England
1 Jun 2013 3:57PM
Nice Image!! I like it a lot!!
ColleenA Plus
7 440 6 Australia
1 Jun 2013 5:15PM
A great capture, We saw the news on Sky today about them wanting to cull 70% of them . I agree surely there is another solution to the problem.
Mrsbass 7 2 1 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2013 6:24PM
Superb image of this beautiful animal - totally agree with your words.
capto Plus
7 5.9k 13 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2013 9:55PM
Great shot, focus spot on. I do sometimes wonder if cattle give badgers TB and not the other way round. Are we going to push badgers to the brink of extinction and then spend a fortune trying to re-establish them in the future.

7 Jun 2013 11:17AM
What a wonderful shot Smile

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