Crested Porcupine

Crested Porcupine

Crested porcupines are monogamous and live in small family groups sharing an elaborate burrow system and focusing on intensive care of the young.

The social life of the crested porcupine is based on monogamy and long, intensive care of the young.

Small family groups, consisting of an adult pair and various infants and juveniles, share an elaborate burrow system.


Image | ©️ George Hodan, Public Domain (CC0 Public Domain)
Sources | (Felicioli, Grazzini, & Santini, 1997; McPhee, 2003; Storch, 1990; The Wikimedia Foundation, 2020b)

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