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Rare albino baby porcupine rescued in northern B.C.

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An animal shelter in northwestern B.C. has recently welcomed a unique guest that's attracting a lot of attention.

"Now he/she will stay with us for a few months and get room service," the non-profit animal sanctuary wrote on a Facebook post welcoming the animal with all-white quills.

Manager and co-founder Angelika Langen says Coconut — the name chosen for the porcupine — was taken into the shelter after calls from Smithers residents who had spotted the animal chewing hydraulic hoses and electrical cables at their home.


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