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Badger Claws  2.50 
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You are buying one badger claw. The picture shown is for demonstration purposes, only.

These badger claws are available in three sizes. Small claws are 3/4" to 1" long and come from the rear feet of the badger. Medium claws are 1" to 1.5" long and come from the sides of the front feet of the badger. Large claws are 1.5 to 2.5" long and come from the center of the front paws. Pulled at random.

These badger claws have been dehaired, disinfected, and dryed. They are undrilled, but it is easy to drill a hole through the top for stringing on necklaces. Or add a claw to your medicine bag or use them for interesting trinkets on your bags and other craft projects.

Badger is the keeper of the medicine roots of all mother earth’s healing herbs. He is a symbol of agression and of getting what one wants.

Unlike other carnivores that stalk their prey on open ground, the Badger catches the majority of its food by using its impressive claws to tunnel, with amazing speed, after ground dwelling rodents.

This item was legally taken and may be legally sold by us in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. When you order any animal part from us, we assume the item can be possessed by you in accordance with the laws of your State or Country. In the event that you ordered an item which you cannot legally posses, AAA Native Arts Gallery will hold you responsible for all legal fees and penalties which may be incurred.

We are not responsible for items seized by Customs Agents or State Inspectors due to your disregard of your local laws.

You are buying one badger claw. The picture shown is for demonstration purposes, only.

These badger claws are available in three sizes. Small claws are 3/4" to 1" long and come from the rear feet of the badger. Medium claws are 1" to 1.5" long and come from the sides of the front feet of the badger. Large claws are 1.5 to 2.5" long and come from the center of the front paws. Pulled at random.

These badger claws have been dehaired, disinfected, and dryed. They are undrilled, but it is easy to drill a hole through the top for stringing on necklaces. Or add a claw to your medicine bag or use them for interesting trinkets on your bags and other craft projects.

Badger is the keeper of the medicine roots of all mother earth’s healing herbs. He is a symbol of agression and of getting what one wants.

Unlike other carnivores that stalk their prey on open ground, the Badger catches the majority of its food by using its impressive claws to tunnel, with amazing speed, after ground dwelling rodents.

This item was legally taken and may be legally sold by us in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. When you order any animal part from us, we assume the item can be possessed by you in accordance with the laws of your State or Country. In the event that you ordered an item which you cannot legally posses, AAA Native Arts Gallery will hold you responsible for all legal fees and penalties which may be incurred.

We are not responsible for items seized by Customs Agents or State Inspectors due to your disregard of your local laws.

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