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I live in Britain and I can keep the room warm but I was wondering about humitity
It is quite humid because of all the rain
Would this cause a problem for hedghogs?
If so how would I make the environment drier?
 

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I'm not sure if regular atmospheric humidity would cause a problem, it's very humid where I live all year round and it hasn't caused any problems for me. If you did want to make it less humid though the only thing I could think that would work would be a dehumidifier that takes water out of the air :)
 

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It should be fine, considering some people run humidifiers for themselves and to help keep their hedgie's skin from drying out. :)
 

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Thanks both
I was thinking maybe dehumidifer too
What about sand? would that help
Or a heat lamp?
The place is warm and to be honest I would be too scared in case the lamp fell on the poor lad
 
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