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Peak of porcupine (large)

Peak of porcupine (large) origin: South Africa.

Length approximately: 22 in 27cm. 

Porcupines are rodents whose coat consists of hairs and spines which protects them from predators.
Contrary to the popular rumors, porcupines have no capacity to throw their spines.
On the other hand, these get loose easily and can by remaining crashed in the body of an opponent to cause a blood-poisoning there.

The illustrations are presented as an example, nuances can exist, every peak is different.

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