The Honey Badger is found in a wide range of habits that include arid grasslands and savannahs to even rainforests. They live in burrows in the ground. They are known for their skills in snake killing. Honey Badgers can devour a 150 cm snake in 15 minutes.
Honey Badgers are found widely in sub-Saharan Africa. They are also found in certain parts of Baluchistan, Pakistan, Iraq and far as India and Nepal. In India they they exist in parts of Rajasthan.