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**ALL ROUND PICTURES FROM SOLARPIX.COM**.**NO UK NEWSPAPER PUBLICATION **UK MAGAZINE PUBLICATION ONLY** AND NO PUBLICATION IN FRANCE, SCANDINAVIA, AUSTRALIA AND GERMANY** .Due to the Foot And Mouth outbreak in Surrey,  St Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital has been ordered by DEFRA to have all staff wear specially protected clothing when handling their hedgehogs and deer at the centre..They are also not allowed to bring back any injured deer or hedgehogs to the rescue centre and have to treat the injured animals at the scene, wearing the suits..As well as farm stock, wild animals are also susceptible to the acute infectious disease. These include hedgehogs and deer..Picture shows : Nurse Francesca Campanero with a rescued hedgehog.JOB REF:4443-SFE       DATE: 07_08_07.**MUST CREDIT SOLARPIX.COM OR DOUBLE FEE WILL BE CHARGED* *UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES IS THIS IMAGE TO BE REPRODUCED FOR ANY ONLINE EDITION WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION*