P is for Porcupine


A personal favourite of mine, simply because it makes me and others smile.  The prickles all need to be the same ‘p’ in order to maintain a graphic simplicity.

Thin-spined porcupines are very rarely seen and restricted to remnant forests and forest edges. Its habitat is dwindling very fast due to deforestation and agricultural development. In 1970, this species was listed as endangered, but very few additional conservation measures have been taken to preserve the species.
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