The Porcupine’s Foe

By Regional Widlife Biologist Scott McLellan Obviously, a porcupine has few predators because of how well-armed with quills it is (approximately 30,000), but one of the more fascinating prey/predator interactions exists between the porcupine and fisher.  The fisher, which is a member of the weasel family, has carved out a hunting strategy that enables it to […]

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