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Weird NewsAll-white creature identified as rare albino porcupine

18:40  19 july  2019
18:40  19 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The consensus was it’s an albino porcupine . The Portland Press Herald reports the animal appeared to be a baby because its quills had not yet hardened. A spokeswoman for the museum said that it hadn’t yet been seen again, but it was assumed to be lurking in the area. Porcupines are common in

porcupine , white albino , animals, rare , health - All - white creature identified as rare albino porcupine - 13 WTHR Indianapolis - porcupine The young rodent turned up Tuesday at Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, perplexing the staff, who sought help identifying it via social media.

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — A curious visitor to a Maine train museum that resembled a white throw pillow or perhaps a lost toupee turned out to be a rare albino porcupine.

The young rodent turned up Tuesday at Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, perplexing the staff, who sought help identifying it via social media. The consensus was it's an albino porcupine.

All-white creature identified as rare albino porcupine © Provided by The Associated Press In this Tuesday, July 16, 2017 photo taken provided by the Seashore Trolley Museum, a rare albino porcupine waddles around near the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, Maine. The museum asked for help identifying the strange animal after it appeared on the grounds this week. (Fred Hessler/Seashore Trolley Museum via AP) The Portland Press Herald reports the animal appeared to be a baby because its quills had not yet hardened. A spokeswoman for the museum said midday Wednesday that it hadn't yet been seen again, but it was assumed to be lurking in the area.

Porcupines are common in Maine, though albino ones certainly aren't. About one of every 10,000 of the species is an albino porcupine.

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