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Usa Photograph - Cute Little Hedge Ball by LeeAnn McLaneGoetz McLaneGoetzStudioLLCcom

Cute Little Hedge Ball is a photograph by LeeAnn McLaneGoetz McLaneGoetzStudioLLCcom which was uploaded on October 10th, 2011.

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Thank You Angela

Such an adorable creature well captured!!!! Your information on Romeo Village is very interesting also!

Hedgehogs are easily recognized by their spines, which are hollow hairs made stiff with keratin. Their spines are not poisonous or barbed and, unlike the quills of a porcupine, cannot easily be removed from the hedgehog. However, spines normally come out when a hedgehog sheds baby spines and replaces them with adult spines. This is called "quilling." When under extreme stress or during sickness, a hedgehog can also lose spines. A defense that all species of hedgehogs possess is the ability to roll into a tight ball, causing all of the spines to point outwards. However, its effectiveness depends on the number of spines, and since some of the desert hedgehogs evolved to carry less weight, they are much more likely to try to run away and sometimes even attack the intruder, trying to ram into the intruder with its spines, and rolling as a last resort.

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