5-mn-year-old Honey Badger relative that terrorized bigger predators on African plains, confirms researchers

R Sinduja

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Paleontologists Alberto Valencianco Vaquero & Romala Govender have confirmed the existence of an ancient relative of the modern honey badger that once terrorized the African savannah. Valenciano Vaquero says even large carnivores stay out of their way. As per the researchers, the ancient relative of modern honey badger was smaller but possessed the same sharp teeth, long claws, & bad attitude which is essential to survive.