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Please include when and where taken, tech specs and any other pertinent details about the sighting. Thanks, Matt

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Here is mine to make up the numbers! Karoo NP South Africa.

 

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I was fortunate enough to see a good number of porcupines on night drives in South Luangwa National Park. They are also amusing to watch, and quite beautiful in their own way.

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~ @@Safaridude

 

There's much to admire about your Kwando porcupine.

The clarity of resolution of the ear, whiskers and eye is exemplary.

I'm especially interested to see the white blaze under the neck, which was mentioned in a paper I read.

Really appreciate this one!

Tom K.

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Let's see some more porcupines...

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I think there's a couple of worthy additions that can be made to this topic, don't you think @kittykat23uk ;)

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Oh I don't know what you mean @Game Warden

 

P9220380 Cape Porcupine & Baby

 

P9220382 Baby Cape Porcupine

 

P9220392 Baby Cape Porcupine

 

Taken at Dunedin Farm,  near Beaufort West, South Africa .

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Malayan Porcupine , Deramakot,  Borneo.

 

P3025638 (2) adj  Malayan porcupine

 

Long-tailed porcupine,  same location. 

 

P2281373 Long-tailed Porcupine

 

P2281374 adj Long-tailed Porcupine

 

 

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African porcupine,  pastel painting. 

 

porcupine copy

 

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@kittykat23uk That baby porcupine is so darn CUTE. That widdle tufty tail... so CUUUUUTE!!!!!!!!!!!! :wub:

 

Sadly I've never seen an African porcupine. ...a live one at least.

 

We were a little too late to the party here. Mr Lion arrived first.

 

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