Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Hippopotamus Latest Profile And Pictures


Hippopotamuses love water, which is why the Greeks named them the "stream steed." Hippos use up to 16 hours a day submerged in waterways and bays to keep their great forms cool under the sweltering African sun. Hippos are effortless in water, great swimmers, and can keep their breath underwater for up to five minutes. Nonetheless, they are regularly extensive enough to basically stroll or stand on the pond deck, or lie in the shallows. Their eyes and nostrils are placed elevated on their heads, which permits them to see and breathe while chiefly submerged. 

The hippopotamus, whose shroud apart from everyone else can weigh a large part of a ton, is the third-greatest living land warm blooded creature, after elephants and white rhinos. It was thought about a female god of pregnancy in aged Egypt, however in present day times has been wiped out of that nation in light of the harm it perpetrates on products. The hippo presses on to thrive in different parts of Africa. 

Hippos once had a broader appropriation however now exist in eastern centermost and southern sub-Saharan Africa, where their inhabitant numbers are in downfall. 
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