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In the English town of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, hedgehog broke into the house and bit a sleeping child. This publication reports the Daily Mail.
June 22 a 32-year-old Chelsea Fowler (Chelsey Fowler) woke up from a crying daughter. Three years Elsie (Elsie) shouting and stretched to his right leg. The woman pulled back the blanket and found the hedgehog under him, clutching his teeth into the little toe of the girl.
“I panicked because I didn’t expect it to be a hedgehog, says Fowler. — I pushed him with her foot, and he ran away under the wardrobe. Elsie was hysterical. Before that she had never seen urchins and didn’t even know what kind of animals”.
The next morning the girl had a tetanus shot and prescribed antibiotics. The hedgehog caught and taken to the animal shelter and later released near the house of Fowler. The shelter staff suspect that she bit the child because defended ezhat or were looking for a place to nest.
Fowler never found out how the hedgehog got into her house and managed to avoid the attention of two cats that she lived. “We could disturb her when the day was working in the garden — suggests the woman. But she had to get here during the day because at night the doors are locked”.
In December of 2019, it was reported that thousands of emaciated ezhat filled the streets of the UK. Due to rainy summer, many British Jerzy gave the litter later than usual. As a result, thousands ezhat, born in the fall, did not fatten up before winter hibernation and suffered from hunger.
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