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Hedgehog population in Kent reaches record low

By KentOnline reporter

It is thought the population of hedgehogs in Kent has halved, prompting concerns from animal welfare activists.

As a result, we're being told to do all we can to protect the spiny mammals, which are often found in many of the county's gardens.

Since the turn of the century numbers have fallen with estimates showing only a million are left in Britain.

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