How to Remove Porcupine Quills.?


1. Put on a pair of thick gloves before trying to remove the quills to protect you from being stuck during the extraction. 2. Keep your pet calm. With a body full of barbed quills, your pet will naturally go wild trying to make the pain and the
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Porcupine quills are hard to remove because they have backward-facing barbs that get caught when the quills are being pulled out.
The best way to remove a porcupine quill is to simply pull it out.
If you're walking through the forest and you hear a rattling sound nearby, step lightly. You may be in the presence of a threatened porcupine. In the same way that rattlesnakes in
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