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Here are abstracts of some research journals about badgers. This is an incomplete list of the on-line publications we find interesting.
Your university library should have access to these; or will be able to get them for you to consult for free. If not, your librarian or tutor may be able to order them at "Academic Pricing" or "Student Discount" prices. If not, try using the mail order photocopy service by the British Library (in London). Check this out at: https://www.bl.uk/help/reading-room-copy-services-prices

Otherwise, buy a complete copy of the full article by setting up an account with the Publishing Company (often www.ingenta.com or www.sciencedirect.com).  You can also use the Ingenta web site to research scientific papers by doing a keyword search. Some of the publications listed here are provided as free open-access, so you may be able to get a PDF copy of the complete article at no cost.

Badger by Tim Roper Collins New Naturalist Library (114) - Badger
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Scientific Journals Copyright
These are simplified abstracts of scientific papers about badgers. Copyright in the journal article remains with the third-party copyright owner. This may be the publisher of the journal, the organisation who commissioned the work or the researchers. For further details, contact the publisher of the journal or the corresponding author.
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Badger Types!
Unless stated otherwise, all these publications relate to the Eurasian Badger (Meles meles) only. The term "bTB" has been used as shorthand to cover all instances of bovine tuberculosis, M Bovis and related terms. We may have simplified complex scientific jargon, to use terminology more commonly understood by ordinary mortals. Please let us know if we have misinterpreted any publication, and we will correct our error.