10 Original British Natives

1 BADGER The badger is considered an iconic species of the British countryside. A male badger is a boar, a female is a sow, and a young badger is a cub. A badger's home is called a sett and badger colonies are often called clans. (Wikipedia) 2 HEDGEHOG freedawn.co.uk Yes, the hedgehog do get their name based on the fact they frequent hedges in the countryside. Their diet consists of insects, snails, frogs, toads, snakes, berries...wait! toads and snakes? yes, supposedly, if given the chance they'll eat anything. 3 RED SQUIRREL discoverwildlife.com The beautiful red squirrel usually lives about 6 years and their young are called kittens. Their population has been declining in the UK an

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