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Porcupine - Animal Facts and Information

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Porcupine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Etymology. The name "porcupine" comes from Latin porcus pig + spina spine, quill, via Old Italian—Middle French—Middle English. [2] A regional American name for ...

Porcupines, Porcupine Pictures, Porcupine Facts - National ...

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The porcupine is the prickliest of rodents, though its Latin name means "quill pig." There are about two dozen porcupine species, and all boast a coat of needle-like ...

North American Porcupine - Erethizon dorsatum - NatureWorks

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Characteristics The porcupine is a rodent. It has black to brownish-yellow fur and strong, short legs. It has hairless soles on its feet that help it climb trees.

Porcupine Tree - Official Site

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The Official Website for Porcupine Tree ... Colin Edwin has joined up with his Obake bandmate, vocalist Lorenzo Esposito Fornasari, drummer Pat Mastelotto (King ...

Porcupine Tree — Free listening, videos, concerts, stats ...

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Porcupine Tree is a British rock band formed in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom in 1987. During the course of the band's history, it has at times ...

Porcupine - New World Encyclopedia

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Porcupine is the common name for any members of two families of rodents, Erethizontidae and Hystricidae, characterized by heavy bodies with some areas covered with ...

TPWD: Porcupines – Introducing Mammals to Young Naturalists

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Porcupines. Bowlegged and pigeon-toed, the porcupine slowly ambles along, swinging its fat body from side to side, muttering to itself. A pleasant enough creature ...

Porcupine | Article about Porcupine by The Free Dictionary

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porcupine, in zoology porcupine, member of either of two rodent rodent, member of the mammalian order Rodentia, characterized by front teeth adapted for gnawing and ...

Porcupine - IWRC

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When we are lucky enough to spot most mammals, its usually as they are running away. But porcupines like to sit quietly in trees, so if they live in ...