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porcupine quills can be fatal
Danger

Porcupine quills can be fatal.

about 30 000 quills per porcupine
Many, many, many...

About 30,000 quills per porcupine

porcupine fur looks a lot like quills
Description

Porcupine fur looks a lot like quills

porcupines do not shoot out their quills
Myths

Porcupines do not shoot out their quills

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Characteristics
  • Small, round body
  • Tiny ears
  • Short, stubby tail
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Living Enviornment
  • Bushes
  • Rocks
  • Hollow Logs
  • Burrows
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Habitat
  • Forests
  • Deserts
  • Rocky Outcrops
  • Hillsides
  • Grasslands
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Where in the World?
  • North America
  • South America
  • Africa
  • Europe
  • Asia
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Diet
  • Roots
  • Tubers
  • Buds
  • Leaves
  • Bark
  • Fallen Fruit
they are nocturnal
Night Vision...

They are nocturnal

porcupines do not hibernate
Hibernation

Porcupines do not hibernate

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Fast Facts
  • Body Length: 20 to 36 inches (Not including the tail
  • Length of Tail: 6 to 11 inches
  • Diet: Vegetarian
  • Weight: 8 to 22 pounds
  • Places of the World: North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia
  • Class: Mammal
  • Order: Rodent
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