Can a hippo jump?
no because the it will break the floor
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How do you jump?
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What is a hippo?
The hippopotamus is the third largest land mammal, after the elephant and the white rhinoceros. They can weigh between 1.5 and 3.5 tons. They have short legs, a big barrel shaped body, and an enormous mouth. They eat mostly plants and spend most of the day in a lake or river, coming out in the cool of the evening to graze on the grass. Hippos are dangerous, ferocious creatures. They can run faster than a human and have been known to attack people, especially those who take a swim in the hippo's lake or river. There are two species of hippo, the common hippo and the pygmy hippo. They live in Africa and Asia. Crocodiles, lions and hyenas go after young hippos if they stray away from the adults. Man is the main enemy of adult hippos.
Who owns a hippo?
I own a hippo. My name is Matt Johnston from Indiana. We have the perfect climate for a hippo.. Calgary Zoo has three.
What will eat a hippo?
A large pack of lions or a group of large crocodiles would kill and eat a very injured or a young hippo.
What is the hippos size?
The male hippo can be up to 5 meters long and stand 1.5 meters high. See the link below for more information.
How big can a hippo get?
Males are up to 15 feet long, 5.4 feet tall but are usually 5 feetl and weighs 3200 kg(3.2 tons) Although large males are 4500 kg(4.5 tons) There are two species of hippopotamus, the Large Hippo and the Pygmy Hippo. A full-grown Large Hippo or Common Hippo ( Hippopotamus amphibius ) can weigh as much as 4 tons and grow to a size of 4 meters in length and a height of 1.4 meters (measured up to its shoulder). A full-grown, appropriately-named Pygmy Hippo ( Choeropsis liberiensis ) may weigh as much as 270 kg and grow to a size of 1.5 meters in length and a height of 0.8 meters (again, measured up to its shoulder). A male hippo can weight 7000 lbs, or 3200 kilo. and it is 11 ft long (3.3 m) and 5 ft tall (1.5 m) Hippos can grow as big as thirteen feet long and five feet tall. They generally weigh around 2,600 pounds although big males can grow as large as 5,500 pounds. A male hippo can weight 7000 lbs, or 3200 kilo. and it is 11 ft long (3.3 m) and 5 ft tall (1.5 m) Hippos measure between 3.3 to 5.2 meters in length. That works out to between 11 to 17 feet in length. Their tail is around 22 inches in length. They are around 1.5 meters tall at their shoulder. They are extremely large for their height and length and can weigh over 3000 kilograms. There are two species of hippopotamus, the Large Hippo and the Pygmy Hippo. A full-grown Large Hippo or Common Hippo ( Hippopotamus amphibius ) can weigh as much as 4 tons and grow to a size of 4 meters in length and a height of 1.4 meters (measured up to its shoulder). A full-grown, appropriately-named Pygmy Hippo ( Choeropsis liberiensis ) may weigh as much as 270 kg and grow to a size of 1.5 meters in length and a height of 0.8 meters (again, measured up to its shoulder). A male hippo can weight 7000 lbs, or 3200 kilo. and it is 11 ft long (3.3 m) and 5 ft tall (1.5 m) Hippos can grow as big as thirteen feet long and five feet tall. They generally weigh around 2,600 pounds although big males can grow as large as 5,500 pounds.
What is the size of a hippo?
Hippos are extremely huge animals. They are one of the largest land animals. It is the third largest mammal on earth by size and weight. The average weight for Adult Males is between 1500 and 1800 kilograms which works out to 3300 to 4000 pounds in weight. Females are much lower in weight and weigh between 1300 to 1500 kilograms which works out to around 3000 pounds. Adult Males weighing around 3000 to 4000 kilograms have also been seen and recorded. Male hippos grow throughout their lives and that is why they can grow to such huge weights.
How old are hippos?
One would assume they have a natural lifespan from about 20-40 years more in Zoos- in not-too-distant times some morons used to toss spent flashbulbs ( from now-obsolete camera flashguns) into the Hippo"s drinking water, which the stupid beasts drank and it ruptured their digestive organs- yecch. progress in photography- higher speed films, strobe flashes- even digital have eliminated this man-made and rather inept (hazard).l
Do hippos have enemys?
the only hippo that has ever been known to have an enemy was erick from the South Dakota zoo in 1959. His enemy just happened to be the elephant next door
What are the hippos predators?
Very large nile crocodiles can take down adult hippos. Prides oflions will hunt for the injured or old hippos.
How fast are hippos?
Hippos can run at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. Despite theirsize which ranges from 5,000 to 8,000 pounds, hippos are remarkablyfast and agile.
How are hippos dangerous?
Hippos are very territorial, and will attack anyone who enters their territory. They are very large animals, and can break bones just by stepping on you or throwing you around. They also have huge teeth!
Why are the hippos endangered?
\nHippos are endangered because of people killing them for there teeth and skin. I am in college and did a very complex report about them but here are the main reasons why they are in danger.
Can hippos fly?
Hippos cannot fly, they are mammals and mammals can't fly, however their is an exception of the bat being a flying mammal.
Can hippos kill you?
Yes. Hippo's are actually the most dangerous mammals in the continent of Africa, far more dangerous than elephants, rhinos, lions, buffalo or even crocodiles.
Do hippos have predators?
The adult hippo's only real enemy (other than man) is his pool mate. They bite, maim, and kill each other. The bulls fight over females in breeding season and quarrel over water space at all times, especially in dry season. When seen yawning, a hippo may actually be threatening another hippo or just telling him beet it you shrimp.
What about hippos?
hippos r the best thing in the world sure they maybe dangerous nbut hey the r awsum -sd
What is jumping?
Okay, jumping is when you put force into your legs and lift both feet off the ground. Also, jumping is a verb.
What is the opposite of hippo?
hippopotamus is greek for water horse.. so opposite would be a land horse? or a horse!
What is the lifespan of a hippo?
Hippos can live up to 45 years in the wild and up to 49 years in captivity.
Are hippos noctunal?
When darkness falls, the hippo goes out of water and walks on the prairie in search for food. It only eats herbs, but in large quantities, because it's an herbivorous animal. There are two species in the hippopotamus family, the great common hippopotamus and the Pygmy Hippopotamus (Choeropsis liberiensis). This last one is a nocturnal animal.
What is a jump?
A jump is when someone or something rises into the air- and then almost immediately comes down again.
Why are hippos called hippos?
In greek history, they called hippos water horse's because they thought hippos looked like a horse very well, but the hippos spent a lot of time in the water so they called them water horse's. But then, most of the people in the world changed it to hippopotamus.
Why do you jump?
The muscles in our legs receive electrical messages from the brain. These messages tell the muscles in the leg to retract quickly. This causes a force of upwards momentum, which is more powerful than our body's weight. So, we "jump."
Do hippos attack other hippos?
Yes, they do fight each other. Male Hippo's mostly, for dominance, territory, and mating rights. A female hippo will rarely fight other hippo's, but if another hippo got into it's younglings, it likely would attack.
Do hippos have navels?
Yes, of course hippo's have navels because mos living organisms have ambilicle cords. Except cheese. lol t
Do hippos have a fear?
Hippos are between the most fearless animals- actually they are only afraid of lion prides and elephants. A lion pride can take down any animal, except from a big bull elephant. Elephants move hippos out of their way, whether they meet on land or in the river. There are videos in youtube with elephants and hippos, where it is shown that elephants make hippos run away. One of these videos shows a single bull elephant that gets in the river and separates a whole herd of hippos in two, as it passes through the hippos and all of them move aside without daring to attack. And this is impressive because male hippos are extremely territorial and aggressive. Hippos are not afraid of crocodiles (actually they often kill crocodiles). Cape buffalo also runs from a hippo, when a hippo opens its giant mouth and charges straight forward at the buffalo. Even a white rhino backs off when a hippo decides to charge at it, even if they meet in land face to face. For all these interactions described between hippos and these animals (crocodile, cape buffalo, white rhino and more) there are related videos in youtube that prove them. Also, a hippo is not afraid of snakes, as its thick skin protects it from the snake. Generally speaking, a hippo is fearless due to its powerful physical structure. Enormous body size, enormous mouth, (equipped with big and sharp teeth that are made of the hardest enamel in the world, ranking 6-7 on the Mohs scale of hardness- hippo lower canines are said to be able to deflect a bullet!), and extremely thick skin.
How does a hippo get its food?
Hippos predominantly stay in the Water most of the time. They leave water around dusk and travel inland to forage. They go upto 5 miles from the river to feed. Their main diet is Grass. They spend around four to five hours in a day grazing and can eat upto 68 kilograms of grass each night. That works out to nearly 150 pounds of grass every night. They also consume aquatic plants in small amounts.
What do you do if you get jumped?
Well recently I was jumped. 1. I would be proud that I am alive 2.Leave the issue alone and let it go 3. Notify anyone like a authority 4. Try to avoid the same situation and make sure you fight with people you know if know youre gonna get jumped again probably call the cops
When and where do hippos hunt?
Hard to believe but the mighty Hippopotamus does not hunt at all! The Hippo is actually a herbivore meaning it does not eat meat at all. The Hippo is mainly active at night and can be found grazing along the river banks and surrounding grasslands throughout most of Africa.
How do you get a hippo out of a bathtub?
you get a bunch of food that it likes and if that doesn't work call the animal control. if that fails don't ask me.
Are hippos aggressive?
Yes, hippos are extremely aggressive. They are one of the most aggressive mammals in the world
What Domain is a Hippo in?
The hippopotamus is a mammal, and all mammals belong to thetaxonomic domain of Eukarya. Eukarya covers all organisms in the kingdom Animalia.
What is the height of hippos?
Hippos measure between 3.3 to 5.2 meters in length. That works out to between 11 to 17 feet in length. Their tail is around 22 inches in length. They are around 1.5 meters tall at their shoulder. They are extremely large for their height and length and can weigh over 3000 kilograms.
Do hippos have breasts?
Yeah, but trust me, you wouldn't want to see 'em up close.... Hippo = Mammal. Mammal = Has boobs. Do the Math.
How Hippos attack?
hippos attack by pointing there butt to you and shooting out there feces (poop) at you. so if you ever see a hippos point its butt at you..... you better run.
Do hippos shed?
HIPPOS OPPS sorry about caps! so yes hippos do shed! sorry if i scared your kids@
Can hippos be pets?
No. They are large animals with bigger needs and are wild, and should be in the wild or zoo with trained staff.
How do you hippos poop?
They get out of the water and start to wag their tail back and forth while they are pooping. its really gross
Why hippo is harmful?
The size and the strength. These creatures walk underwater and could tip over a boat giving them the number one killers of the wild in Africa.
Do hippos run?
yes if provoked they can run pretty fast (about 18mph). Being very territorial and one of the most dangerous animals on the planet; i would not however recommend annoying a hippo and trying to see this for your self.
Is a hippo a noun?
Yes, hippo (and hippopotamus) is a noun, a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for an animal, a word for a thing.
Were does hippo live?
All hippos live in Africa. Common hippos live near water sources and pygmy hippos live in jungles.
Are hippos ticklish?
Dr. P. Drannair and his extensive research of the genus has concluded that hippopotami lack a hypothalamus. A lack of a hypothalamus makes the nervous reactions in response to tickling become obsolete. Therefore, the answer is No, Hippos aren't ticklish.
What is a red hippo?
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Are there hippos in Brazil?
No, there is no hippos in all america (North, Central and South). The only larger land mammal in all of the americas is the Tapirus.
Are the hippos in Indonesia?
africa in the state of it the scientists do not really know until they fly there
How do hippo live?
A hippo lives in/out of water. It stakes out a territory and spends a great deal of the day in the water. It is a herbivore so it grazes and eats water plants. It will attack people and other hippos that invade its area.
How you can jump?
You are able to jump by using your feet to apply force to theground and then using this force to allow you to lift off theground.
What domain are hippos in?
The hippopotamus is a mammal, and all mammals belong to thetaxonomic domain of Eukarya. Eukarya covers all organisms in the Kingdom Animalia, as well asthe Kingdoms Plantae, Fungi and Protista.