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The Asiatic Brush-tailed Porcupine, known to be one of the rarest porcupines in South Asia was first recorded in Bhutan at Royal Manas National Park in 2010.Â This paper reports the occurrence of the species in western Bhutan in Gedu Territorial Forest Division and is the second record from the country.Â
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