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WebPorcupine Porcupines are large rodents with coats of sharp spines, or quills, that protect them against predation. The term covers two families of animals: the Old World porcupines of family Hystricidae, and the New World porcupines of family, Erethizontidae.

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Webporcupine, any of several species of large, herbivorous, quill-bearing rodents active from early evening to dawn. All have short stocky legs, but their tails range from short to long, some being prehensile. The quills, or spines, take various forms depending on the species, but all are modified hairs embedded in skin musculature.

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WebPorcupines Scientific Name: Hystricidae, Erethizontidae Type: Mammals Diet: Herbivore Group Name: Family Average Life Span In The Wild: 5 to 7 years Size: Head and body: 25 to 36 inches; tail: 8

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WebPorcupines (Erethizon dorsatum) are the third largest members of the rodent family that are covered with spines or quills. The name ‘porcupine’ comes from Middle French ‘porc d’épine’ meaning ‘thorny pig’. There are, in total, 27 species of porcupine belonging to the families, Erethizontidae or Hystricidae.

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WebInstantly recognizable from its shape and coating of 30,000 quills, porcupines are native to the forests of North America. While they can't shoot their quills at predators, the quills are loosely attached and designed to deter predators. Fun Facts Porcupines are covered in about 30,000 quills. They cannot throw or shoot their quills.

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WebPorcupines are usually dark brown or black in color, with white highlights. They have a stocky body, a small face, short legs, and a short, thick tail. This species is the largest of the New World porcupines and is the second largest …

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WebPorcupine Description. The color of a Porcupine is to help them stay well camouflaged in their habitat. That is why some of them are gray and others are brown. There are some that have white on them as well. They have a large body that is round and they move at a very slow pace. Their quills are very sharp and they will not use them by shooting

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WebDozens of Indigenous leaders, hunters, and community members will make their way to Fort McPherson, N.W.T, next week for a three-day summit on the Porcupine caribou herd.

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WebPorcupine Top Facts. Quills have an antibiotic grease layer that helps to prevent infection in humans and animals. Porcupines have the ability to fight off even the largest and most dangerous of predators, including leopards. Baby porcupines are called porcupettes, and a group of porcupines is called a prickle.

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