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A hedgehog is a small, spiny mammal.
Hedgehog or hedgehogs may also refer to:
- Domesticated Hedgehog
- Porcupine, another spiny mammal sometimes referred to as a hedgehog
- Hedgehog (band), a Beijing rock band
- Hedgehog cactus, a common name for Pediocactus, Echinocereus, or Echinopsis
- Hedgehog plant, Erinacea anthyllis
- Hedgehog (chess), a pawn formation in chess
- Hedgehog (weapon), an anti-submarine weapon
- Czech hedgehog (military), an anti-tank, anti-vehicle obstacle
- Hedgehog (cell signaling), a signal transduction pathway
- The Hedgehog, a 2009 French film directed by Mona Achache, based on The Elegance of the Hedgehog, a French novel by Muriel Barbery
- "Hedgehogs", an episode of the television series Teletubbies
- Hedgehog space, a topological space
- Baby hedgehogs are called hoglets
- Hedgehog mushroom, multiple uses
- Hedgehog defense, a military stratagem
- Sonic the Hedgehog (character), a video game character that is featured in many games
- Ron Jeremy, nickname "The Hedgehog"
- Hedgehog's dilemma, a philosophical analogy
- Hedgehog slice, a chocolate cake with biscuit pieces
- The Hedgehog and the Fox, an essay by the philosopher Isaiah Berlin
- Spiny Norman, animated character from a Monty Python sketch
- Sonic hedgehog, a protein playing a key role in vertebrate organogenesis
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