How does a Skunk Spray?


A skunk has two special glands that hold the chemicals until they are ready to use it. These glands are at the base of the tail. They can hold enough of these chemicals to spray six times.
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Skunks have a special gland that produces the liquid spray. A skunk lifts its tail and releases the spray when it is scared. It creates a terrible stench that wards off predators
1 Do not run water over your dog. This only increases the stink, and if the dog has dry, or cracked skin, the spray can get into his or her skin, and cause burning. This also can
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