After the hippo ate, the Dubbo Zoo keeper hosed the hippos mouth, he seem to really enjoyed it, or she :) It was so fun to watch ! His middle tooth has to be regularly filed as it keeps growing and coursing him some problems as we been told. One of the Hippopotamus's most distinctive features is their enormous jaws which contain two long canine teeth (tusks) which can grow up to 50 cm long and are used for fighting

After the hippo ate, the Dubbo Zoo keeper hosed the hippos mouth, he seem to really enjoyed it, or she :) It was so fun to watch ! His middle tooth has to be regularly filed as it keeps growing and coursing him some problems as we been told. One of the Hippopotamus's most distinctive features is their enormous jaws which contain two long canine teeth (tusks) which can grow up to 50 cm long and are used for fighting

ok, hippos terrify me now....don't ever watch Africa's Deadliest! You'll never be able to dream the same again.

ok, hippos terrify me now....don't ever watch Africa's Deadliest! You'll never be able to dream the same again.

Man Swallowed by Hippo – and Lives to Tell the Tale http://www.peoplepets.com/people/pets/article/0,,20698439,00.html

Man Swallowed by Hippo – and Lives to Tell the Tale http://www.peoplepets.com/people/pets/article/0,,20698439,00.html

Safari Theme: Have the students roll a dice (can use two), then write the number on the tongue and have them glue that many marshmallow teeth into the hippos mouth!

Safari Theme: Have the students roll a dice (can use two), then write the number on the tongue and have them glue that many marshmallow teeth into the hippos mouth!

Little baby hippo mouth - Fiona Cincinnati Zoo http://ift.tt/2m3nAOK

Little baby hippo mouth - Fiona Cincinnati Zoo http://ift.tt/2m3nAOK

(This photo makes it look like the little hippo is coming out of the big hippo's mouth).  A hippopotamus and his mate line up at tank’s edge at feeding time, March 1957.Photograph by Robert F. Sisson and Donald McBai...

(This photo makes it look like the little hippo is coming out of the big hippo's mouth). A hippopotamus and his mate line up at tank’s edge at feeding time, March 1957.Photograph by Robert F. Sisson and Donald McBai...

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