These badgers know each other as they are reluctatly sharing space without agression.
The local dog fox is also reasonably OK with this pair. It will show its disaproval of their presence on his patch, but settle down to a non aggressive sharing of the space.
Under the Infra Red light that this camera emits, the true colours are not visible, but the badgers always display their facial markings. One of these badgers is not showing this and there is a question that it may be an albino badger. This is 3am and I have not seen these badgers in the natural light.
They are large adults and bulkier than the badgers we have previously seen on the garden. Last night the "Stripy Faced" badger was here before midnight.