Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue

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Little and Large

Pretty obvious size difference between one of our largest residents, and one of the smaller ones – shown against a Clementine for scale.

Tony, the larger hog, has been recovering from a severe infection, which is why he is not in a garden hutch hibernating like the rest of the ‘big boys’.

He will be moving into an outdoor hutch in the next few days to hibernate, while his smaller friend will remain inside to fatten up prior to being released back into the wild in the Spring.

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