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How Many Hippos Are Left in the World?

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The hippopotamus is an enormous, habitually grass eating mammal found in sub-Saharan Africa, and one of only two existent species in the lineage Hippopotamidae. It leaves both in water and dry land at the shores of the aquatic areas. It is estimated that at least 250, 00 hippos are left in the world today.
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The hippopotamus is a large herbivorous mammal form the family of Hippopotamus amphibious. Hippos are water dwelling creatures mostly found largely in the Sub-Saharan Africa. They is no exact estimation of how many hippos are there in the world as water covers 71% of the earth which can be impossible to navigate as also the animals migrate.
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Atleast 250,00 hippos are left in the world today.
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There are a little more than 200 ocelots left in the world. They used to be considered an endangered species, but in 2008 the IUCN red list rated them as least concern.
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