Don’t worry, he’s okay! He’s just sleeping.
He’s a dormouse. Dormice hibernate in the winter in nests that they make hidden away on the ground. In Britain the dormouse may spend up to a third of its life in hibernation. Dormice usually enter hibernation at the time of the first frost, when nearly all food is gone. Dormice rely upon fat reserves gathered in the summer and autumn, and during hibernation they lose about a quarter of their body weight.
Cred ca e pentru prima oara cand vad/aud asa ceva(neaparat cu sunet):
[thx to Oana]