Sweet whipped cream. Six hedgehogs released in the Potager des Princes
By Francois Nerrand, Alexandra Giraud
They will be fine in their new habitat. Six hedgehogs were released into the Potager des Princes in Chantilly on Wednesday evening August 3. These are animals previously collected and cared for by the Picardie Faune Sauvage wild animal care center in Boissy-Fresnoy, located near Crépy-en-Valois.
Three hectares to flourish
The hedgehogs had a little trouble leaving their cage. But they now have a large plot of three hectares to flourish. Christophe Rousseau, from Picardie Faune Sauvage, discusses the activity of the care center and this release.
Discover in video the release of six hedgehogs at the Potager des Princes de Chantilly:
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