Rainbow badger

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Illustrations, Woodland creatures

Come rain or come shine, the rainbow badger can be spotted by lucky chancers out on walks in the Norfolk broads. It is believed that their peculiar colouring is due to their steadfast diet of gold spy beetles, luminescent blue frogs and perhaps even more strangely, oranges – although it’s a mystery where they get their supplies.

They tend to live a contented and tranquil life, as they lack the equally distinctive markings that doom their more common cousins – and because no one really believes they exist.


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Karuski is the nom de pencil for me, Katherine Mengardon - I am a fan of all things 1960s, CAKES, obscure indie pop bands, children illustrations, bad puns and cats. Any spare time goes towards baking mad cakes, drawing families and catified musicians. Find me here too: http://www.pinterest.com/katmendo https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/karuskicolours https://www.facebook.com/Pateachoux https://www.facebook.com/KaruskisLittleShopOfColours www.karuski.co.uk

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