It really depends on the individual hedgie. This can vary from 3-6+ years. Hedgehogs that have been properly bred, and taken care of, will live longer than those who are poorly bred and poorly taken care of.
no, if it is a pet hedgehog it should not hybernate "Pet hedgehogs need to be kept indoors in the warm and should never be allowed to hibernate as this can be dangerous for domesticated hedgehogs." see http://www.hedgehogs.org/pet-hedgehog.htm for further details
The hedgehog lives in open forests, in hedges, and near settlements and in public parks, in Asia and Europe. Also, there is an African Pygmy Hedgehog that can be found on the savannas and semi-arid areas of the northern half of Africa.
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
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.