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Late spring catches hedgehogs by surprise

by Claire McGlasson

Hedgehogs are becoming a relatively rare sight in our gardens these days. Numbers have plummeted in the past ten years and the weather hasn't helped.

Confused by the late arrival of spring in 2013, hedgehogs are only just coming out of hibernation, six weeks late.

In Cambridge a hedgehog hospital released some of the dozens they've been nursing throughout the winter.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson:

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