African hedgehogs

African hedgehogs

Order : Insectivora
Family : Erinaceidae
Subfamily : Erinaceinae
Genus : Atelerix

 

Animals in the genus Atelerix

Four-toed hedgehog
Facts about the genus Atelerix, the African hedgehogs

As of this writing, human salmonellosis contracted from African hedgehogs is an extremely rare occurrence and the chances of transmission are reduced to nearly zero with good hygienic practices as discussed earlier in this chapter. (Full text)

As of this writing, human salmonellosis contracted from African hedgehogs is an extremely rare occurrence and the chances of transmission are reduced to nearly zero with good hygienic practices as discussed earlier in this chapter. (Full text)

As of this writing, human salmonellosis contracted from African hedgehogs is an extremely rare occurrence and the chances of transmission are reduced to nearly zero with good hygienic practices as discussed earlier in this chapter. (Full text)

As of this writing, human salmonellosis contracted from African hedgehogs is an extremely rare occurrence and the chances of transmission are reduced to nearly zero with good hygienic practices as discussed earlier in this writing.

THE HEDGEHOG PRIMER: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE BASIC CARE OF PET AFRICAN HEDGEHOGS IS BY ANTIGONE MEANS-BURLESON, (Full text)

Average body weight for African hedgehogs is 500-600 grams for males and 250-400 grams for females, and European is 800-1200 grams for males and 400-800 grams for females.

Hindlimb Parasis In Hedgehogs An emerging neurologic disease of pet African hedgehogs is a demyelinating syndrome, sometimes referred to as progressive paresis/paralysis or 'wobbly hedgehog syndrome'. (Full text)

LIFE CYCLE/SOCIAL STRUCTURE: African hedgehogs are solitary, avoiding other hedgehogs, and have an attachment to a very small home range.

However, African hedgehogs are commercially available. (Full text)

The African Hedgehogs are originally from the savanna and semiarid zones of northern Africa, from Senegal to Somalia to Tanzania. (Full text)

They are not native to the United States and can no longer be imported, but many African hedgehogs are bred here. (Full text)

However, African hedgehogs are commercially available.

However, African hedgehogs are commercially available. (Full text)

However, African hedgehogs are commercially available. (Full text)

Fascinating fact: African hedgehogs are able to tolerate venom, enabling them to eat poisonous snakes.

African hedgehogs are nocturnal.

The African hedgehogs are of two types: Long eared or short-eared.

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