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Contrary to popular myth, a porcupine’s quills cannot be fired at enemies but are loosely embedded in the skin and easily shed on contact. When threatened, a porcupine erects its quills and backs towards its assailant. Careless predators may end up with quills so deeply embedded that fatal wounds can develop.
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These quills measure approx. 14-18cm.
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