Main Characteristics Asian Badgers are similar in appearance to Eurasian Badgers.
Habitat: Asian Badgers can be found in open deciduous woodlands, coniferous woodlands, mixed woodlands, adjacent pastures, scrub, steppe and sometimes in suburban areas. They have a large range that extends from the southern portion of Russia through Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Korea and China.
Diet: Asian Badgers are omnivores and they mainly feed on earth worms, insects, frogs, birds, lizards, small mammals, nuts, fruit, eggs and carrion.
Predators: Humans are predators of Asian Badgers.
Subspecies: Subspecies of the Asian Badger include: Meles leucurus amurensis Meles leucurus arenarius Meles leucurus blanfordi Meles leucurus leucurus Meles leucurus sibiricus Meles leucurus tianschanensis.
|Latin Name||Meles leucurus|
|Conservation Status||Least Concern|