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Hedgey was out for a walk on a hot day, he was passing the river and decided to go for a swim
I want to go for a swim
It was to late by the time Hedgey realized that he could not swim, and he drowned
Oh no I'm drowning!!
The currant pulled Hedgey's body to the bottom of the river and he was quickly covered with sediment.
Thanks to Hedgey's hard outer shell and the sediment that covered him, he became a fossil
50,000 years later the lake where Hedgy or the Hedgen Hogata fossil lay had dried up
A few years later scientists searching for fossils in the area discovered the fossil of the Hedgen Hogata and learned about the extinct hedgehog species .
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