One of the only places hedgehogs are thriving is Regent’s Park

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One of the only places hedgehogs are thriving is Regent’s Park
5th December 2014

These spiky little characters have been on the decline all over the UK.

But one safe haven where they have been doing very well is in London’s Regent’s Park.

The biggest inner-city survey on hedgehogs found that not only are the creatures doing well, they are covering lot of ground. 

In one night they recorded some of the animals travelling up to 300,00 ft.

Clare Bowen is leading the project.

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