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  • Thank you so much to everyone who  donated all this yummy food for the hedgehogs and newspapers from the last Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, "Discover Hedgehogs" Event of 2019.  I hope you all enjoyed the talk 🥰🦔🐾🐾🐾🐾🌳.
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    Hornbeam Wood Hedgehog Sanctuary

    Thank you so much to everyone who donated all this yummy food for the hedgehogs and newspapers from the last Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, "Discover Hedgehogs" Event of 2019. I hope you all enjoyed the talk 🥰🦔🐾🐾🐾🐾🌳.

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  • This ball of spikes is Henry kindly rescued by Linda from Caddington today. Henry was found out during the day lying on the ground. Very dehydrated and emaciated. Henry is in our intensive care unit. Thank you for the rescue call and generous £10 donation Linda. We will fo our best to bring Henry back to full health. 🦔🐾🐾🐾🐾🌳.
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    @hedgehogsanctuary

    Caddington

    This ball of spikes is Henry kindly rescued by Linda from Caddington today. Henry was found out during the day lying on the ground. Very dehydrated and emaciated. Henry is in our intensive care unit. Thank you for the rescue call and generous £10 donation Linda. We will fo our best to bring Henry back to full health. 🦔🐾🐾🐾🐾🌳.

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  • These four hoglets were brought in by the RSPCA after being found alone, with no mum seen for a few days! The hoglets were a little dehydrated, but otherwise healthy and ready to be weighed and marked. Once in the weighing box, all four of them began self-anointing! This fascinating behaviour is often seen in hedgehogs when they come into contact with unfamiliar or strong scents. They begin licking and chewing at the substance (in this case, the sides of the weighing box), to produce a frothy saliva mix which they then spread onto their own spines. Whilst various theories have been forward as to why hedgehogs engage in this behaviour - nobody really knows for sure!
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    These four hoglets were brought in by the RSPCA after being found alone, with no mum seen for a few days! The hoglets were a little dehydrated, but otherwise healthy and ready to be weighed and marked. Once in the weighing box, all four of them began self-anointing! This fascinating behaviour is often seen in hedgehogs when they come into contact with unfamiliar or strong scents. They begin licking and chewing at the substance (in this case, the sides of the weighing box), to produce a frothy saliva mix which they then spread onto their own spines. Whilst various theories have been forward as to why hedgehogs engage in this behaviour - nobody really knows for sure!

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