I assumed, when I read the headline:
A badger can bury a cow by itself: Study observes previously unknown caching behavior
that the cow burying badger in question was in England.
But no - it was in Utah.
Just as I was surprised recently to learn that there are tropical water otters (in Singapore, in particular), I had no idea that badgers roamed North America.
I have clear inadequacies in my knowledge of mammal distribution...