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 Post Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2003 3:37 pm 
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I get so bored, I get so bloody bored...
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 Post Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2003 7:58 am 
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Try kissing a porcupine, that should liven your day up some.

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 Post Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2003 9:20 am 
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where do I find a porcupine apart from the zoo?

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The Eurasian porcupines range through the forests of southern Europe and Asia, Africa, and Indonesia. They are typified by the common porcupine, which is thick-bodied, grizzled, and black in color. It grows to a length of at least 60 cm (at least 24 in), with some of its quills exceeding 30 cm (12 in) in length. The American porcupines include four genera: the tree porcupines of Central and South America, the North American porcupine, the thin-spined porcupine of Brazil, and the Amazonian porcupine. The North American porcupine is found in heavily wooded regions from Alaska to the northern extreme of Mexico. It grows to a length of 65 to 80 cm (26 to 31 in) and has a short tail and brownish hair, which almost conceals its 5- to 15-cm (2- to 6-in) quills.



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 Post Posted: Wed Sep 24, 2003 11:51 am 
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I think I'll go to the zoo and ask if they can lend me a porcupine for a day or two

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It's worth a try. Tell them it's for an experiment, that should lighten them up

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thanx for the tip, I'll tell you if it works

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 Post Posted: Thu Sep 25, 2003 11:38 am 
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hooray, I lent to porcupines and a penguin.
unfortunately they are stamped ("property of the zoo") so I can't keep 'em.
I kissed the porcupine (ouch) then went to see a doctor who tried to fix myface, after that the penguin got eaten by the porcupines, that means I'm in big trouble. Where do I get another penguin to give back to the zoo?

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Location: The Merry Old Land Of Oz (Australia That Is)
Philip Island Australia, I heard a story bout a kid who stole a penguin from there!


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 Post Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2004 6:19 pm 
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Help me out - the Radbag family is having a heavy-duty discussion, spurred on by our obsession with Spiny Norman. Are a porcupine and a hedgehog the same thing? mr.radbag says porcupines are known as hedgehogs in the UK. Friends in the UK, is this true or not?<hr noshade size="1">

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 Post Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2004 11:47 pm 
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No, they're different

porcupinehttp://www.katy.isd.tenet.edu/pathways/pstory/images/porcupine.jpg

hedgehog http://www.glaquarium.org/scans2/hedgehog.jpg


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What bout the aussie version the echidna?


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