A night vision camera for Pathways for Wildlife and Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) captured the very amusing sight of an eager coyote excitedly encouraging a much slower-moving badger into a culvert underneath a busy California highway so that they could both cross to the other side together.
According to videographer Russ McSpadden, the two species often hunt together.
A coyote and a badger use a culvert as a wildlife crossing to pass under a busy California highway together. Coyotes and badgers are known to hunt together.
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— Russ McSpadden (@PeccaryNotPig) February 4, 2020