Charm of a skunk or, as they are sometimes known, a stink badger. Most commonly known for the defensive foul liquid that they excrete when under threat, the skunk is, in fact, a placid and beautiful omnivore. Feeding mostly at night, on vegetation, reptiles, rodents, worms and insects, they are also partial to honeybees and have been known to attack beehives.
Sterling silver charm.
13mm nose to tail.
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