pygmy hippopotamus

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pygmy hippopotamus

Choeropsis liberiensis; see hippopotamus.
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Along with Jonathan Baillie, who explores Papua in search of the long-beaked echidna (which looks sort of like a small aardvark with porcupine quills), we meet Sam Turvey who researches the Yangtze River dolphin, Kate Jones who travels through Asia looking for the bumblebee bat and Ben Collen whose current focus is the pygmy hippo of western Africa.
In 1983, Alexander Peal led the setting up of Sapo National Park, which has safeguarded the habitat of several species, including the forest elephant and the pygmy hippo (seen here in the main picture).
An orphaned baby Liberian pygmy hippo makes its public debut Wednesday at a zoo north of London
The chimpanzees, macaques, deer, snakes, the pygmy hippo - over time, slowly made their way into little Sid's heart.
An endangered pygmy hippo was shot by a hunter there - by accident, as he took aim at a boar.
WILDLIFE PYGMY HIPPO - A VERY SECRET LIFE BBC2, 9pm THIS has to be one of the most unusual nature documentaries we've ever seen - because the animal in the title is rarely featured.
A PYGMY hippo has been born to a new breeding pair at a zoo in Scotland.
The short listed names are places in west Africa, native home for the pygmy hippo.
I believe the earliest occupants of Cyprus enjoyed pygmy hippo steaks," Simmons says.
NATURAL WORLD: THE PYGMY HIPPO - A VERY SECRET LIFE BBC2, 9pm This has to be one of the most unusual nature documentaries we've ever seen - because the animal in the title is rarely featured.
Three-month-old pygmy hippo Adana was found dead in her enclosure on Tuesday morning.
Summary: Australia's youngest pygmy hippo calf made her public debut at Taronga Zoo in Sydney on Thursday.