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Q: If hippos became extinct what would happen to the environment?
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Are hippos extinct?

NO Hippos are not extinct but might be endangered:D


Who answered the question Why are the hippos endangered I'm doing a report on hippos too I need to know why hippos are endangered what would happen if they became extinct and what the solutions are?

Hippopotamus are endangered due to the exploitation and habit loss (mainly due to heavy clearning of forest area). They are hunted illegally for meat.


Why didn't hippos go extinct?

hippos didn't go extinct because they are still producing


What can people do to stop hippos becoming extinct?

stop the poachers


What do Hippos Asian Elephants and Pterodactyl have in common?

Animals. Extinct (or endangered).


How do hippos protect itselfs?

with aggression or submerging in water, its natural environment


Do hippos live in madagascar?

The pygmy hippopotamus actually went extinct recently in Madagascar. You don't typically see lions, hippos and giraffes roaming the land like you do in the animated film.wow wrong


Do pygmy hippos still exist?

They are endangered but as yet not extinct.


What is the average length of a hippos pregnancy?

The average length of gestation in hippos is 8 months, but just like humans this can vary depending on age of the female and environment.


What would happen if hippos were moved from their habitats?

The hippopotamuses might not know where they are and might hurt themselves.


Do giraffes and hippos live in the same environment?

No. Giraffes require farily sparsely scattered tall trees, and hippos require rivers. They do share some common ground, but just at the edges of their normal habitats.


Where did hippos come from?

Hippos originated in Africa and are believed to have evolved around 16 million years ago. They are closely related to whales and dolphins, and are part of the order Artiodactyla.