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The porcupine is covered in spikes or quills that are its chief defense. If it can’t escape, it stands still, with its quills bristling, or even may back into its enemy. It can not shoot them however, from its body.


Mammals: O-Q


Worthington Hooker, The Child's Book of Nature (New York:Harper & Brothers, Franklin Square, 1886) 133


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