Physical information



Honey badger

Fur color

Black, purple, and white

Eye color


Biographical information



Tree of Life

Relationship information





Mama Binturong

Bunga! You're Bing-credible!

Binga is a female honey badger.

Binga forms a friendly rivalry with fellow honey badger Bunga, which turns into a fast friendship. The two challenge each other to various competitions, with Binga continually emerging victorious. Eventually, the two are cornered by an old enemy of Bunga's, Mama Binturong, who attempts to frame them for attacking her. Binga and Bunga work together to defeat her, using the trademark stench of the honey badger to win.


The Lion Guard

"Little Old Ginterbong"

Binga and Bunga challenge each other to contests

Binga is eating grubs when Baliyo introduces her to Bunga, a fellow honey badger. Binga and Bunga have a grub-eating contest, with Binga winning. The two then proceed to have a series of other contests in order to prove who is the better honey badger ("Who Is Better Than Who").

Later, Bunga introduces Binga to his friends, the Lion Guard. After the Lion Guard leaves, Binga and Bunga are attacked by Mama Binturong, who has come to seek revenge on Bunga. Bunga fends Mama Binturong off, and Binga regards him with appreciation, dubbing his fearless performance as "Bincredible."

"Poa the Destroyer"

Bunga murmurs Binga's name in his sleep. After he wakes up, Fuli teasingly remarks that he should tell Binga she said hi.

"Long Live the Queen"

Binga gathers with other animals outside the Tree of Life as Janna lies dying. When Makini announces Janna's death, Binga reacts with sadness. She attends Janna's funeral at the Willows and brings flowers to her grave.

"Journey to the Pride Lands"

Bunga expresses a desire to stay at the Tree of Life due to his close friendship with Binga.

"Return to the Pride Lands"

Binga attends Kion and Rani's wedding. She cheers alongside her friend, Bunga.

Personality and traits

Much like her friend, Bunga, Binga is energetic, excitable, and somewhat crude, with a love for adventure. She is rather pompous and considers herself to be the best honey badger, although she appreciates Bunga's relentless attitude in his trying to prove her wrong.


  • Binga is voiced by Fiona Riley.[1]
  • It is implied that Binga enters into a romantic relationship with Bunga.[2]


  1. Fiona Riley. IMDb., Inc. Retrieved on September 1, 2020.
  2. Revealed in "Return to the Pride Lands" from Disney Junior's The Lion Guard. No. 19, Season 3. Written by Kendall Michele Haney and Ford Riley, and directed by Tom De Rosier and Howy Parkins. Originally aired November 3, 2019.

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