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How do Porcupines embrace?
Carefully, I guess...
Standing far apart with their
Paws around their necks?

Whatever do Raccoons
Wear on Halloween?
Since wearing masks for them
Is pretty much routine?

Are Hyenas really laughing
At some clever inside joke?
What could be that funny
That kind of laughter to evoke?

How to know a Horse agrees,
That he means "yes" or "yea"?
When the only thing he says
Is simply the word "nay"?

Flamingos have great balance
When on one leg.  Although,
I wonder what would happen
If they got vertigo?

Snakes are awesome creatures,
But not without a hitch.
I wonder what they do 
When they have an awful itch?

A Skunk's spray smells bad
And it makes me think-
How does a Skunk prevent the smell
From causing him to stink?

Swordfish's strange anatomy
Gives me much delight.
Do they engage with others
in undersea sword fights?

A Rooster crowing loud
Preps us for the day ahead.
But do you ever wonder
Who gets the Rooster out of bed?

Penguins seem dressed up-
"Looking good!" could be their credo.
But where exactly do they go
Where they'd need such a tuxedo?

Peculiar thoughts I have,
And through my head they flow.
My brain makes odd connections
As I'm sure these questions show.

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