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What Is a Group of Porcupines Called?

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A group of porcupines is commonly referred to as, amusingly, a prickle while a baby porcupine is known as a porcupette. A male porcupine is referred to as a boar while a female is known as a sow which is a term used for a female pig.
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A group of Porcupines is called a prickle.
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