Porcupine damaged tree, New Mexico, USA

Porcupine damaged tree, New Mexico, USA

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Caption: Porcupine damaged tree. Close-up of damage to a tree caused by porcupines, which tear off the outer bark so they can eat the underlying wood (cambium) layer. Photographed in Capulin Volcano National Monument, New Mexico, USA

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