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  • Mary Thomas

    River Horse ...photo by Brendon Cremer ---- This young hippo, part of a larger pod, was very inquisitive and interested in us. It kept on bobbing up and down in the water as if is was peering over the edge of the boat to get a better look at us and what we were up to. Chobe River, Chobe National Park, Botswana.

  • Karen Ho Fatt

    HELLOOO!!!-Hippo by Brendon Cremer #funny But it is one of the most dangerous animals in the world.

  • Klaverro

    River Horse : Howdy Hippo! (picture by Brendon Cremer) #ourplanet #nature

  • Donna Libbey
    • 1 year ago

    Hippos are intelligent and very interesting. Saw a video of one raised by people who found him as an orphan baby. He was still returning to visit them though living in the wild.

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