Taxidermy

By means of taxidermy you can properly research the skeleton anatomy of a hedgehog and the taxidermy pieces can then continue to be used for education, for example at fairs or in schools. At The Hedgehog Program we have a started a collection of mounted hedgehogs, skeletons and skulls of different types of hedgehogs. We do not offer taxidermy services to others, this collection is privately owned and not rented out.

African pygmy hedgehog

This is the skeleton of Dælynn the African pygmy hedgehog (Atelerix albiventris) who used to live with us as a pet and now has been taxidermied for research and educational purposes.

Long-eared hedgehog

This is the skull of Kalea the Long-eared hedgehog (Hemiechinus auritus) who used to live with us as a pet and has now been taxidermied for research and educational purposes.

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