What is a baby hedgehog called?

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A baby hedgehog is called a hoglet. However in the previous years a baby hedgehog was referred to as a kitten, a kit, a pup or a piglet. In even more ancient times they were simply called baby hedgehogs. Hedgehogs are mammals and are herbivorous.
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A baby Hedgehog is called a pup.
A hedgehog is in the family of insectivorous mammals. They feed on insects and plant vegetation. Hedgehogs look like guinea pigs and have spiny spikes on their skin they use for protective measures. The young ones of hedgehogs are called hoglets or just plain baby hedgehogs.
Baby hedgehogs are called hoglets.Some people however just call them baby hedgehog.
Hedgehogs are rodents that resembles porcupines and are spiky for beauty and self defence. The baby hedgehogs are called hoglets.
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