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I don't fully understand your question....

But....Are you worried that your hedgie is still sleeping? are all the lights off? does your hedgie have complete darkness?
 

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Babies sleep a lot. And he just went through a huge change, give him some time to adjust to his new surroundings.

What's the temperature at?

Mine won't come out if even the tv is on. I need to close the room door so that he is in completely darkness and silence for him to come out.
 

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kadaj said:
id say between 70-80F
That's an awfully large range. The temperature should be kept in a small (as in 74-76) kind of range. Some hedgies can start hibernating at 70, and some hedgies can aestevate(overheat, similar to hibernation, but not as deadly, but still dangerous) at 80.

Do you have a thermometer? What kind of heating device are you using?

Have you read through the stickies on this forum and done your research prior to getting your hedgie?
 
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