Why is hedgehog slice called hedgehog slice?
The hedgehog slice is called the hedgehog slice because it looks like a hedgehog.
A slice of orange cut across the sections is called a slice or a round or orange. A slice cut along the membranes in the orange is called a wedge. If only the flesh of the orange remains and the skin and the membranes have been removed, the wedges are called supremes. (Well, at least this is what I found as the answer to this question on here< I just copy pasted>)
They are the shapes of the slices when you slice a cone. For example, when you slice it parallel to the base and look at the shape of the slice, you see the conic section known as a "circle". The others are the "ellipse", the "parabola", and the "hyperbola". Which one you get depends only on how you tilt the knife when you slice the cone.
The groundhog has its own day, and the hedgehog doesn't! The groundhog is related to a squirrel, but the hedgehog isn't. I'm not sure what a hedgehog is closest related to, but it is completely European, and they are, of course, spiky. Groundhogs look like heavyset squirrels, and they can be found in North America. They are also called woodchucks.