Honey badgers have evolved a molecular resistance to cobra neurotoxin

Honey badgers have evolved a molecular resistance to cobra neurotoxin. 2015 research found that the neuroreceptors that the cobra venom attacks in most other animals has been genetically tweaked in a honey badger. Cobras make up to 25% of the fuzzy omnivore’s diet. More juicy details in “Biology Finally Explains Why Honey Badger Don’t Care“.

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