This is a riddle.where does the smell of a skunk go?
No one nose!! Another riddle: How do you keep a skunk from smelling? Plug their nose!!
Skunks are legendary for their hard-to-remove, horrible-smelling spray that is produced by glands under their tail. There are many different kinds of skunks that come in a variety of sizes and patterns, however, they are all black and white. Skunks usually nest in burrows and give birth to between 2 and 10 young a year called kits. They eat fruit and plants, worms, insects, eggs, larvae, reptiles, small mammals, and even fish.
Most all types of skunks live in the Americas, except for the Asian stink badgers, which were recently added to the skunk family!
On September 6, 2012, middle schoolers in Milwaukee came close to getting sprayed when they found a skunk with its head stuck in a wide-mouth plastic jar. The little guy eventually freed itself and ran off, without spraying the students.