Be careful where you put your head when you’re out in woods.
I don’t have details on this picture, but one of the reported stories going around the internet stated that he put his head in a porcupine den to get a better look. Regardless of what happened….OUCH. If you know what the real story is, feel free to share it with us on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/montanaoutdoor.
Let this guy’s misfortune be a reminder to all to be very careful when trying to get a closer look at porcupines! I would probably not get too close to wolverines or badgers, either. I hear beavers are pretty aggressive, too. Oh, and raccoons…they can get feisty. Just be careful out there, and admire wildlife from afar…or get a really good camera that can zoom farther than a spotting scope.
(Photo courtesy of twitter.com)
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