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Q: Are there skunks in China? Has actually seen a skunk?

Some of the children that I teach actually claim that they have seen skunks in China.  Others claim that they have never seen a skunk.  Are there skunks in China?

8 years 39 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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Snunks, of the black and white type we normally associate with the word, are a new world animal. One might find some brown relatives of the skunk in Indonesia.

If they are in China, they've been introduced, although I've never heard of such a thing and who would do that?

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Oh, since you provided your own answer again, I guess this was another attempt at "asking a question rhetorically speaking in an attempt to engage the comments of some of the more lucid and intellectually-enabled members of this board."

Thank you very much. Btw, you forgot the word "anyone" in your second question sentence.

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