tiredness can kill hedgehogs

I got sent this picture by a friend (wonderful tree surgeon, Rich). He took it not far from Brighton and I think it is one of the most important messages we can give our young hedgehogs today … you must be alert when crossing the road. And for full alertness you need to rehydrate with fresh slug-juice (at least I think that is what is being advertised).

Any other weird and wonderful hedgehog images out there? They have been used to advertise pretty diverse things – banks and trainers for example. What else can we find? I will start posting when they arrive.

More soon about genetics and computer playboy gamestation things … if I can work any of it out …. Oh – and in case I had not said it enough – the paperback of my book is coming out ┬áin a few weeks – I am busy doing talks (but always up for more) – and there is something about the paperback that I will write about soon too.

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  1. Posted 18 March 2010 at 00:31 | Permalink

    You have a book out? When did that happen? ;o)

    Hedgies in advertising? Hope this works
    http://www.metacafe.com/fplayer/613113/funny_hedgehogs_in_gas_masks.swf

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  • Hugh Warwick is an ecologist and writer with a particular fondness for hedgehogs. His first book, A Prickly Affair, remains the only book to have accolades from both Jeanette Winterson and Ann Widdecombe on the cover. The Beauty in the Beast is published in May 2012 and takes him on a journey in search of other animals. And in November 2012 he returns to hedgehogs with a book about the iconography of the animal.

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