The Porcupine book Hardcover, 59 pages. Published January 1st 1991 by Dillon Press.
Nature's walking pincushion-the porcupine! Each porcupine has about 30,000 sharp, barbed quills, which in one species grow 12 to 15 inches long and are as thick as soda straws. It appears soft and even 'petable. But the animal that bothers this prickly rodent will be sorry! Get A Copy.
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Brand Dillon Pr. Book. DE. Examines the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the North American species of porcupine. The Manatee (Remarkable Animals Series) EAN 9780382392337. Racing the Iditarod Trail EAN 978038239.
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When another animal attacks the porcupine, its quills detach, burrowing into the adversary’s flesh and inflicting painful, potentially deadly wounds. It’s easy to tell when porcupines are mad: They stomp their feet, hiss, and shake their quills, which normally lie flat against the porcupine’s body. While porcupines are rarely aggressive, they’ll defend themselves by charging or swatting their spiked tail at opponents. Porcupines are herbivores, eating leaves, plants, fruit, and the tender layer of tissue beneath the bark of trees. A porcupine can fell a whole tree if it removes too much bark.
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