They do live in woodlands.
NO! Hedgehogs are SOLITARY animals.
Yes, hedgehogs live in the tundra.... NO.
hedgehogs I don't know that many omnivores but you can check on woodland sites http://www.visiteastofengland.com/explore/forest-and-woodland.aspx HAVE A GREAT DAY!! :)
Hedgehogs live in Forests , Sheds , Hedges and Bushes.
Hedgehogs hate water! They live in tree branches to avoid it.
Hedgehogs are NOT native to the US.
no hedgehogs arent fish.
There are no wild hedgehogs in the USA.
Yes, there are some species of the hedgehogs that are adapted to live in the rainforest. The hedgehogs that live in the rainforest includes the insects, snails, snakes, mushrooms and the watermelons.yes
No. There are no hedgehogs in Australia, either native or introduced.
i think hedgehogs can be found in the whole world.
yes hedgehogs do live in America but it sometimes matters what state. doe that answer your question.
Hedgehogs live above ground, and are generally nocturnal. They hibernate during winter.
You can own hedgehogs in Indiana, and many people do them in this state. However, hedgehogs are not native to Indiana.
they do live in burrows
They do live in Arizona.
Millipedes, woodlice and slugs are detritivores that live in temperate woodlands
Hedgehogs live generally warm places with lots of vegetation. mainly temprate forests.
Hedgehogs are native to Europe, Asia, and Africa. They live in a variety of habitats, ranging from deserts to forests. The Amazon Rainforest, however, is located in South America, where hedgehogs do not live.
They don't and they're called hedgehogs because of their spikes.
In the wild? No... hedgehogs cannot survive the climate in the U.S.