This post was originally published as “Why I don’t Promote JS“, a misinformed ranting diatribe on the merits of Mozilla’s SEO. After a few corrections from Mozilla and PromoteJS in the comments below, I revised it. But then it didn’t make any sense any more.
So here’s some information about badgers instead:
Badgers have rather short, fat bodies, with short legs built for digging. Their ears are small, and they have elongated weasel-like heads, their tails vary in length depending on species, the stink badger has a very short tail, while the ferret badger’s tail can be 18 to 20 inches (46 to 51 cm) long, depending on age.
They have black faces with distinctive white markings, their bodies are gray with a light-colored stripe from their head to their tail, they have dark legs with light colored stomachs. They grow to around 35 inches (89 cm) in length including tail.
The European badger is one of the largest; the American badger, the hog badger and the honey badger are similar in size and weight, though generally a little smaller and lighter. The stink badgers are smaller still, and the ferret badgers are the smallest of all. They weigh around 20–24 pounds (9.1–11 kg) on average, with some Eurasian badgers weighing in at around 40 pounds (18 kg).