What States Do Badgers Live in?

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The American badgers are found mostly in the Northern, and Western United States. They have been found as far as southern Canada, however. Ohio, Illinois, and Texas are states that American badgers can be found in.
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American Badgers inhabit a range stretching from the West Coast, down through the western portion of the South and to the Midwest of North America. They are generally not found east of this range.
Badgers lives in the Unites States, Canada, and many countries in Europe, such as the United Kingdom. Badgers are also found in Russia, where they are eaten.
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