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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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OpossumsWith mini, pug-like faces, opossums go into an involuntary comatose state when they experience extreme fear, giving the illusion that they're dead. So resist the urge to save the life of one of these guys!