Porcupines float in water

Photo courtesy: Kazi Faiza Tasnim Neha

Porcupines are buoyant, thanks in part to the hollow structure of their quills. These sharp spines are solid at the base and tip but mostly hollow in the middle, with a light spongy material (the quill medulla) sealed off inside. This helps porcupines float,

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