SEGA helps raise awareness of declining hedgehog population

Did you know there is a decline of hedgehogs? 300,000 less hedgehogs in Britain than there where 10 years ago. 50,000 of them are killed on roads every year. Now there is a charity, lead by David Wembridge to raise awareness about this issue. They are even teaming up with SEGA.

“The level of our concern about hedgehog numbers is growing because of the mounting evidence of decline in their population. All the indications are that something is going wrong and that in a few decades time, the hedgehog might be under threat as a species.” David Wembridge

SEGA set up a ‘hedgehog road crossing’ in Twickenham, which just happens to match up with the release of Sonic Colors. Can you mark ‘advertising’ as ‘charity’ off of tax forms? Wait, do Europeans pay taxes?

[Source: Dailymail]


5 responses to “SEGA helps raise awareness of declining hedgehog population

  1. Tad says:

    Of course we do – and a lot more then you might I add.

  2. Tad says:

    Just worked it out: in the UK new games are £40, in America they are 60 dollars. £40 is roughly 64.50 in dollars so we pay more then America for games anyway.

  3. Sybnios says:

    If we pay taxes? Dude you can't imagine how many and much! Btw games in greece cost from 50 to 70 euros. Do the math and tell me about it. That is why I buy years now online my games. And that is why so many illegal actions and tax runaways here because the goverment sucks and the laws suck! So any intelligent person will try to find an alternate way IF possible, but as we know everything has its price.. Anyway the system is false from the roots globally!

  4. George says:

    I mean't like a income tax, I hear from many people that taxing in Europe for items sucks. It sucks in America too. My parents build a house and you will be surprise how much bullshit you have to pay for.

  5. matty says:

    You don't have to pay for taxes in Oregon, or so I hear.

    Cali tax is shit, though. 8.25% and we're still in debt – wtf?

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