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Hippopotamus

Do you know the hippopotamus is responsible for 500 human deaths in Africa every year? 

Do you know that the hippopotamus is the most aggressive and deadly animal in the world?

An adult male hippopotamus weighs between 3,500 – 9,920 pounds and the females weigh roughly 3,000 pounds.

As a result, they are considered the third-largest land animal on earth after Elephants and White Rhinoceros. 

Hippos get angry for no reason at all…

Males tend to be more aggressive than females if they sense danger is nearby.

Have you seen a hippo eating watermelon before?

A Hippopotamus eating watermelon is like human eating berries.

Watch video below

Yummy right?

The Most Deadly Animal in the world

Some may argue that honey badger is aggressive as well…

Yes, that’s true…

But the aggressiveness of a honey badger is nothing compared to the aggressiveness of a hippo…

As a Matter of fact, a hippo would gladly rip a honey badger in half without any remorse whatsoever. How to survive the most aggressive animals

A Hippo can open its mouth massively to 150 degrees or 4 feet wide…

With a bite force of 1800psi, a mouth and jaw big enough to crush a boat, crocodile, or human head in half…!

The Most Deadly Animal in the world

The Most Deadly Animal in the world

Even though a hippopotamus is deadly and aggressive, humans have been able to tame them from birth.

Nowadays, hippos are found in captivity and they tend to live longer for up to 50 years.

Sadly, human encroachment, habitat loss, and hunting have made the hippo population decline in the wild… 6 Animals that can defeat a hippopotamus

Hippos live in herds (groups) of 10-20 individuals and this herd is controlled by a dominant male, the rest of the family are females, their young’s and non-breeding males.

Female hippos give birth once in two years, usually to a single calf.

I’ll include a video showing a man brushing a hippo’s teeth and mouth.

Unbelievable right?

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Well, when it comes to humans, anything is possible. The intelligence of man is far greater, superior, and unmatched.

Hippos are most active at night and are herbivores, and this means they feed mostly on plants, they are also semi-aquatic mammals and this means they live in both land and water.

Hippos can be found mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and these places include South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, etc.

In marshes and lakes, they frequently engage in combat with crocodiles. Hippos can be seen in big herds in Tanzania and Zambia but they are becoming scarce in the Republic of Congo and the Virunga National Park.

Do you know the Greeks named hippos “river horses” because of their love for water?

Hippos can spend 16 hours submerged in water throughout the day.

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The Males are known to forcefully submerge female hippopotamuses in water, during mating. Hippos do occasionally breed on land, but this is extremely rare and they have a gestation span of 240 days.

They do this so they can keep their huge body cool.

They are good swimmers and can hold their breath for 5 mins underwater.

They have very thick skin, said to be around 2 inches thick, pride of the lion finds it difficult to take down an adult hippo. It is even said that the skin of a hippo is almost bulletproof.

Caution; If you ever see a hippo, *RUN*

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Watch the video above – 1000 COCKROACHES vs ANTHILL in epic battle. Guess who won?

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The orcas’ obsession with tongues is well documented; on several occasions, it has been the sole or nearly the only thing they eat from their massive preys.

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I killed the QUEEN to save the hive.

Our wild swarm hive is out of control. We have to kill the queen bee…!

In the video above – The Bee-keeeper(Man) kills the Queen bee – Bees got pissed off, Bee-keeper got stung multiple times, but luckily, he survived…!

I love how his wife is just standing there while he’s screaming in pain..Lol

It’s quite funny actually…!

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Here's What Happens If You Feed a Camel With a Venomous Snake

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Camels are fed with live snakes. Because there is a special kind of disease in their body. Due to which his whole body becomes stiff. To avoid this disease, Utahars(camel owner) feed live snakes to camels.

Although, there is no scientific proof that eating a snake can cure an animal’s disease.

Perhabs this is some type of hocus pocus probably practiced in rural places in the Middle East.!

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Shadow is a vicious Rottweiler that has attacked dogs in its own neighborhood. Cesar Millan does the unthinkable by confronting this dog with his pit bull Junior.

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We saw him writhing around in pain on a jungle floor after stinging himself with tarantula hawk wasp, but prepare for an even bigger insect bite…!

In his YouTube video, Coyote Peterson said that the Executioner Wasp sting was, by far, “the worst sting [he’s] ever taken.”

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An animal handler who survived a gator attack is speaking out about the harrowing ordeal.

A gator bit down on 31-year-old Lindsay hands during feeding time at a reptile and animal zoo, as children at a birthday party looked on.

Bull jumped into the glass enclosure to get better leverage. Then the gator whipped the trainer underwater in what’s known as a “death roll.” She now reveals why she jumped in purposely, and how her gymnastics experience may have saved her.

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