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Stranger Thing Noticed Crossing Shanghai Road


Stranger Thing Noticed Crossing Shanghai Road


An unknown creature was noticed crossing the road in Shanghai before experts confirmed it was a porcupine, which might have escaped from someone who bred it.



Recently a resident in Shanghai posted photos of a hedgehog-like animal online. He claimed that he found the animal while he was doing his morning exercises. He thought it was a hedgehog at first, but he wasn't sure because it looked way bigger than one.


Via photo comparison, experts considered it a porcupine. However, as experts said that there is no wild porcupine in Shanghai, it's most likely this porcupine, reared by humans, escaped from its home.


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