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Hippopotamus Fun Facts

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Male hippos can measure almost four yards long and weigh over three tons!
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Keeping submerged keeps hippos nice and cool, and they can still breathe and see the world around them thanks to having their nose and eyes located on top of their heads.
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Hippos are herbivores that prefer to search for grass and similar vegetation at night.
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In addition to having a great lung capacity, hippos can remain submerged thanks to folds that keep their ears and nostrils shut while underwater.
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A hippo group usually consists of one male leader, females, juveniles, and males who are too young to breed.
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Female hippos usually give birth to one baby hippo, or "calf," every two years or so. They travel in groups for safety.
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Hippos living in captivity tend to live up to a decade longer than hippos that have to survive in the wild.
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"Hippopotamus" is a Latin word derived from Greek roots. Carl Linnaeus gave hippos their scientific name in 1758.
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Hippo noises are about as loud as a noisy rock concert and can be heard from half-a-mile away.
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Baby hippos are born after an eight-month gestation period and take between 5 to 7 years to fully mature.