The albino crested porcupine
The largest porcupine in the world, the African crested porcupine lives in grassy and rocky areas in North and sub-Saharan Africa and Italy. When threatened, they raise their quills into a crest, stamp their feet, click their teeth, and rattle their quills. If that doesn’t drive off the predator, the porcupine runs backward to ram the potential attacker with sharp quills.
Porcupines live underground in burrows in monogamous pairs. Their babies are called porcupettes and are born in a specific birthing chamber in the burrow. At first, their quills are soft, but at a week old they begin to harden and the porcupettes venture out of the den.