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Old 12-26-2018, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can hearing damage occur in hedgehogs?

So at around 5 am all of my fire alarms when off (it was just a bad smoke detector) and the sound was just blaring in my ears. Now I understand that if a noise is loud to you, it is too loud for your hedgie. At first he was burrowing around in his house then pacing around so I took him somewhere less loud. But these alarms were ear piercing, so loud that I had to cover my ears. Then that brought up the question in my head, can hedgies have hearing damage?
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