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Transcript of Hedgehogs
Hedgehogs live in the grasslands, savannas, and forests of Europe, Asia, North America, now founded in New Zealand, and you can occasionally find hedgehogs in a family home.
Hedgehogs have an interesting diet. They are omnivores and they eat a lot of different things, such as, grass roots, insects, slugs, snails, etc.
Hedgehogs are one fascinating animal, they are cute and adorable, but that's not all about them. You will learn the unique behaviors and other features of the astonishing hedgehog.
Hedgehogs can grow up to 6-10 inches. Their black, brown, white, dark grey, light cinnamon brown, etc. They can also weigh up to 9-19 ounces. Hedgehogs are one of a kind they have a lot of special features such as claws, quills that they can shoot out of its back, when they feel in danger they can stick out their spines, and they've been around since dinosaurs.
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Food Chain: Hedgehogs eat worms, insects, bees, spiders, snakes, and mice. They are eaten by foxes, dogs, and birds.
When the hedgehog is frightened it tightens this muscle-that acts like a drawstring, and it enables the hedgehog to hide its head, belly, feet and legs in a prickly coat of erect spines.
Wild hedgehogs hunt for their food. They hunt for worms, slugs, snails, bees, snakes, and mice. Of course pet hedgehogs walk over to the food bowl.
There are 17 different species of hedgehogs. The only kind that hibernates throughout the winter is the European hedgehog.
Believe it or not: Hedgehogs are lactose intolerant.
Hedgies have poor eyesight, but excellent senses of smell and hearing.
The first hedgehog was domesticated in 4 B.C. Around the same time as dinosaurs.
Did you know that it's illegal to own a hedgehog in Pennsylvania?
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