pygmy hippopotamus

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pygmy hippopotamus

Choeropsis liberiensis; see hippopotamus.
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The World Conservation Union estimates there are fewer than 3,000 pygmy hippos in the wild.
An orphaned baby Liberian pygmy hippo makes its public debut Wednesday at a zoo north of London
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.
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.
One of the most secretive large mammals on Earth, the pygmy hippo is rarely seen in the wild but was caught on camera in the west African country's only national park, Sapo, by a team led by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL).
I believe the earliest occupants of Cyprus enjoyed pygmy hippo steaks," Simmons says.
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.
New recruit Lizzie, a baby pygmy hippo, is pulling them in at one of the finest zoos in Britain
The month-old pygmy hippo, named Alannis, collapsed suddenly in her enclosure and despite a fight by zoo staff to save her life, she died.
Siku, a Polar Bear cub from Denmark's Scandinavian Wildlife Park, is on the cover and others featured include a critically endangered Northern White-Cheeked Gibbon and a Pygmy Hippo called Prince Harry.
And the pygmy hippo had mum Ellen to lean on as she took centre stage.