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Lourdes Taveira Dec 15
It's a lovely day for pics Porcupines are rodents with a coat of sharp spines, or quills, that protect against predators. 🐾 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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Trey Smith 16h
Spotted a sleepy this morning in the bosque .
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Discoveries 20h
A white lab mouse won't surprise you - how about an albino ?
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◡̈ Dec 11
Made a new, pudgy friend at work today. I hope he accepts my offer of news station mascot.
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Susan Grimbly Dec 7
You have evolved convergently And that is all ok
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Edward Zaleski Dec 14
Because we like you...
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Valerio Giangiordano Dec 14
When you can't draw anything, make a suffering Conan and everything gets easier. ! 🔥
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Edward Zaleski Dec 14
To the North American , food shopping comes second nature.
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Jessica de la Davies 💎 23h
My sharp are quills to prick you. ― Laura Purdie Salas
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Peter Goodwin Dec 12
Roots? nah that is a . Have that robot give it a nudge.💩😎
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Jorge Luis Lopez Esq Dec 10
RT : , the African Crested , predicted the winner of the semifinal matchup in…
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AdventureRoomsCanada Dec 11
Fun Fact: Porcupines naturally float in water. Who knew?
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Dubois Museum & Wind River Historical Center Dec 13
Fun Fact: The North American porcupine is the third-largest rodent in North America, beat out only by the beaver and Mickey Mouse 🤣
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Something Different Dec 15
The for anyone who likes their with a sense of … These funky pens come in a range of combinations, created from dyed and Guinea fowl feathers set on a quill. Buy yours here:
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IndieForBunnies Dec 10
è tornato! – What You've Heard Isn't Real
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NEW Zoo Dec 14
Look closely and you’ll see the bright yellow at the base of Buttercup’s quills. When a prehensile-tailed porcupine raises her quills, that bright yellow becomes even more visible, serving as a vibrant warning to would-be attackers: back off!
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Ryan Keith Dec 12
Everyone, meet Diesel. She’s very cute, especially when she ends up with food all over her face. Not a , nor a , but an egg-laying, electrosensory, spur-legged called an . A simply awesome Aussie, and an even better coworker!
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Lori Duke Dec 14
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Morbidly Adorable Ⓥ Dec 11
Time to make a decision so you can move forward. Keeping your eyes closed 🙈 won’t make the problem disappear into the ether.🌫
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PA Deer Research Dec 14
Nothing like taking a sun bath and catching a few ZZZs...on the smallest branch you can find.
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