A mysterious bushy, white creature discovered on the garden of the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, Maine, this week was later decided to be a uncommon albino porcupine.
The rodent — which is probably going a juvenile as its quills haven’t but hardened, per The Portland Press Herald — was noticed by museum workers on Tuesday. The museum later took to its Fb web page with footage of the toupee-resembling creature, hoping social media may assist to determine it. The consensus was it’s an albino porcupine.
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“All of us thought it was an albino skunk as a result of it was so fluffy,” Katie Orlando, govt director of the Seashore Trolley Museum, informed the newspaper.
Porcupines are widespread in Maine, although albino ones actually aren’t. About one in each 10,000 of the species is an albino porcupine, in line with Missouri Division of Conservation.
Later, museum officers introduced they’ve named the porcupine “Marshmallow.”
The Related Press contributed to this report.