I crossed paths with this prickly porcupine in the mountain scapes of Colorado.
Porcupine, Erethizon dorsatum, mean “to irritate with the back”. Most porcupines are 2-3.5 feet in length, including their tails, and can reach 40 pounds in size. This makes them the second largest rodent in North America, after the beaver. Most porcupines, like our friend here, are brown in color with quills that are yellowish-white with black tips.
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