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The Indian crested porcupine (Hystrix indica), or Indian porcupine, is a large species of rodent belonging to the Old World porcupine family. It has multiple layers of quills, with longer, thinner quills covering a layer of shorter, thicker ones. The quills can be brown or black with alternating white and black bands which are made of keratin and are relatively flexible. Each quill is connected to a muscle at its base, allowing it to raise its quills when it feels threatened.

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