Hippopotamus

The name ‘hippopotamus’ comes from the Greek term for ‘river horse’. These huge mammals spend up to 16 hours per day submerged in rivers and lakes to keep cool and calfs can suckle underwater by closing their ears and nostrils. Hippos can hold their breath for up to five minutes and are very graceful in the water… [click to read more]

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