|Expected lifespan||10 years|
The two-headed badger has two heads. It has a black fur with white stripes from the head to its tail. It has a small and powerful body with 6 short legs. It´s light weight and 3 legs on each side makes it very fast. It has sharp claws and teeth. It lives in dens in river areas and nearby human villages. They tend not to move deep into the forest as they sense and fear forest creatures.
The two-headed badger is solitary and shy, but some of them live in groups of up to four individuals.
The two-headed badger is carnivorous. Their favorite food is fish. They also eat deer, sheep and rodents.
The two-headed badger is active at daytime, but is also a nocturnal amimal with a perfect vision in the dark.
The two-headed badger will usually cause no problems for humans. They will not attack unless threatened. Two-headed badgers in packs will approach and attack the predator as a group if threatened.