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Duck Billed PlatypusThis huggable amalgam of species has sharp spurs on its hind legs that produce venom. Perhaps "duck billed snake" would be more apt?
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HedgehogsThe hedgehog rolls into a tight ball creating a wall of spikes to prohibit attackers. This would be a living nightmare for their enemies, but we still want to tickle them.
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Noble HoopoesIts name is as lovable as its face, but consider yourself warned. A little birdie told me that the hoopoe dissuades predators from attack by squirting fecal matter at on-comers.
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Crested PorcupinesThe awesome looking quills that make these rodents cute to begin with can actually kill you! Still a sweetheart, before attacking, the porcupine warns predators by menacingly shaking its quills.
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Northern Fulmar ChicksDon't get too close to this darling pile of fluff. A Northern Fulmar Chick will literally projectile vomit a horrible-smelling orange liquid on your face.
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SkunksSure, it mght be difficult resisting the desire to pet the softness of a skunk. But considering they shoot a noxious smelling gas out of nipples on either side of their anus, it's easy to see why they're not household pets.
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DormiceThese cute little fellas are hanging onto their teeny tails while they can. Predators who catch their tales can detach them from the body, giving the dormice a chance to escape.
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Mantis ShrimpFight club has a got a new member – and it's an itty bitty one. The shrimp mantis has club-like appendices under its head that travel up to 50 miles per hour, crashing into its prey.