The average porcupine has approximately 30,000 quills. These quills are specially designed hairs and are very sharp and have a barbed tip. They are used as a defense mechanism and only used when the porcupine feels threatened. 3,ooo
it has about 30,000 quills
the porcupine is born with its quills a@#$@#*.
a porcupine has quills
Porcupine quills do not have venom in them they are made up of Keratin.
Typical porcupine - 30,000 quills Typical hedgehog - 6,000 quills
The quills on the porcupine are what protects the porcupine.
A porcupine has quills to defend themselves against harm's way (defend them from predators).
What are the themes of life exemplified by the quills of a porcupine?Answer this question…
Porcupine quills can range from 6 cm to over 20 cm in thickness.
Porcupine bristles are called 'quills'. The quills are large and hollow.
It has six thousand .
The needles on a porcupine are called quills.
No, but porcupine quills are dirty and carry bacteria and fungi. A poke by a porcupine quill could start an infection in an animal, including a human.
opossums do not have quills. You are thinking of the porcupine.