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Many hedgehogs end up injured and emaciated in animal shelters

Created: 10/12/2022, 7:25 p.m

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Emaciated, orphaned and severed body parts – experts sound the hedgehog alarm © picture alliance/dpa/dpa-Zentralbild/Ingolf König-Jablonski

Animal rights activists in Germany are sounding the hedgehog alarm. The animals arrive at the shelters in appalling condition. Read here:

What do you like to do when it’s cold and uncomfortable? Exactly: curl up at home. Unfortunately, this year there is nothing for the eponymous hedgehogs. Many of them are suffering from the consequences of the much too dry summer. Right now is a critical time for the little prickly little animals to prepare for the winter.
LUDWIGSHAFEN24 uncovers why hedgehog experts are sounding the alarm: Countless animals end up in animal shelters emaciated, orphaned and with severed body parts.

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