• ScienceDaily | 7/24/2019 | Staff
    When skunks feel threatened, they spray fluids from their anal glands that contain several nasty-smelling organosulfur compounds. The human nose can detect extremely low concentrations of these...
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  • phys.org | 8/24/2015 | Staff
    Skunks are nocturnal animals that prefer to keep to themselves. However, when they sense danger, this lurking purveyor of biochemical warfare unleashes its primary defense mechanism: a...
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  • canadafreepress.com | 4/25/2019 | American Chemical Society
    WASHINGTON—Skunks are nocturnal animals that prefer to keep to themselves. However, when they sense danger, this lurking purveyor of biochemical warfare unleashes its primary defense mechanism: a...
    152 views Tanya9
  • Mail Online | 10/31/2018 | Phoebe Southworth For Mailonline
    Hilarious footage shows a snoozing skunk suddenly leap up when its owner rustles a packet of food. The creature can be seen dozing on its back with its limbs sticking up in the air, not moving an...
    230 views baileyboo
  • Editorial | 5/10/2018 | Staff
    I didn't know that skunks did this.  I've only seen the normal skunks with stripes.  Very neat defense and of course extremely scary!
    160 views Goobee
  • AP News | 8/5/2017 | Staff
    HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut boy got an unpleasant surprise when he awoke to find a skunk in his bed. Hamden Police say the 13-year-old was awoken in his upstairs bedroom by the skunk, which...
    321 views vpp1219
  • connecticut.cbslocal.com | 8/4/2017 | Staff
    HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) _ A Connecticut boy got an unpleasant surprise when he awoke to find a skunk in his bed. Hamden Police say the 13-year-old was awoken in his upstairs bedroom by the skunk, which...
    265 views penaert

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