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The gym includes a piano and five hanging toys: an infant mirror, an elephant with a clacker, a frog with a rolling ball, a tiger and a hippo teether, each with different textures and colors.
Schoffner says the tortoises were acquired, along with Blackie, the hippo, and several other animals, on a 1955 zoo expedition to the Seychelles, islands off the eastern coast of Africa.
CINCINNATI -- A popular baby hippo at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden has made its news media debut.
A popular baby hippo at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden has made its news media debut.
The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden has decided its popular baby hippo is ready for her close-up.
A hippo born prematurely at the end of January, Fiona has become an internet and social-media darling.
An adult male hippo, after all, can weigh 3,300 pounds (1,500 kilograms).
Born in captivity in 2002 at a zoo in Guatemala, the hippo was purchased for $5,000 by the El Salvador zoo two years later.
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