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Baby skunks can spray. Skunks spray when they feel frightened or threatened, and baby skunks are more likely to spray than adults because they tend to frighten more easily. More »

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A skunk's spray is an oily liquid produced in glands that are located under its tail. The skunk ejects this liquid when it's threatened by predators. Skunks have high accuracy when spraying within 10 feet and can spray a... More »

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Skunks are capable of five or six sprays in a row because they have two walnut-shaped glands that are refilled as needed to spray from and can alternate between the two. Skunk spray is highly volatile and made up of seve... More »

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A skunk's spray is an oily liquid produced in glands that are located under its tail. The skunk ejects this liquid when it's threatened by predators. Skunks have high accuracy when spraying within 10 feet and can spray a... More »

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Skunks defend themselves with a horrible-smelling spray that is strong enough to ward off badgers, foxes, wolves and bears. According to National Geographic, the oily liquid is produced from anal scent glands under the s... More »

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According to PawNation, there are several animals that spray, including striped polecats, rabbits, foxes and cats. Typically, animals spray as a form of self-defense when they feel threatened. However, cats spray as a wa... More »

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Both male and female skunks spray as a defense mechanism when they feel threatened. Males spray while competing against other males during breeding season. If a female does not welcome a male's advances, she sprays him i... More »

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