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Honey Badgers at Naples Zoo

One of three new honey badgers peeks out from its shelter inside its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff

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One of three new honey badgers peeks out from its shelter inside its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • One of three new honey badgers peeks out from underneath a wooden hut in its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • One of three new honey badgers peeks out from its shelter inside its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors watch one of three new honey badgers inside its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Joshua Pilling, a zookeeper, uses a target to feed one of three new honey badgers inside their cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • One of three new honey badgers peeks starts digging a new hole inside its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • One of three new honey badgers scrapes at a target from inside its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • One of three new honey badgers peeks out from its shelter inside its cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Joshua Pilling, a zookeeper, uses a target to feed one of three new honey badgers inside their cage at the Naples Zoo on August 17, 2011. The Naples Zoo is one of four American zoos that has the African honey badger and will officially open the exhibit on August 20. Because of the animal's ability to dig the cage needed to extend three-feet below the ground and the seams sealed off with cement. Greg Kahn/Staff

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