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    Were you near water? It might have been a Nutria:



    If it was, then don't feel bad. They are a pest, and many large cities have special nutria killing squads that go out and hunt them at night.

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    Nutria = Good eating.

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    Kind of looked like that. I think it was a ground hog. Both look of those animals have pointy kind of hair...

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    Where's my hamster...
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    Porcupine? Flat tire?
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    Originally posted by Lessk
    Porcupine? Flat tire?
    No it was a ground hog. It had spikey looking hair but it wasn't a porkypine. Porcupines have sharp needles to puncture soft skin but not hard rubber.

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    I was just kdding

    But given the right angle the needles could very well puncture the tire. I repair tires at work and I've seen many things in tires. From nails and screws of course. To wood, non sharp pieces of metal, plastic. Lots of stuff.

    Can't say I've ever found porquipine quils
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    Mmmm.


    I can imagine a number of species who might consider US as being the pest.
    A lot of power is good, more is better, and too much is perfect. I mean, if less is more, think how much more more is...

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