Monday, 27 August 2012

Hippopotamus one of The Amazing Top Ten Most Dangerous Animals

Africa top ten Beautiful dangerous African Hippopotamus
People wonder as to what are the most dangerous animals in Africa? At the same time you get that these dangerous animals in Africa are the same animals which people get good photographs when they go to any African safaris. There are many beautiful facts about these beautiful dangerous hippopotamus and beautiful; pictures and photos about these dangerous hippopotamus int heir natural habitat as well which has transformed these beautiful hippopotamus to be some of Africa's most dangerous animals and some of the world's top ten  most beautiful dangerous animals or animal species.  Africa's  top 10 list of of the most dangerous beautiful and most deadliest animals and exotic pets  includes:  great white shark, buffalo, elephant, puff adder, and of the hippo, the King of the African Jungle  lion, crocodile, mosquito, black mamba

Hippopotamus as huge and round as they can be are dangerous animals that people should  definitely not not even try and get in their animal habitat or even snuggle with while in the African wilderness just for a nice excursion or during your archaeological safaris or even just on your sweet holiday on an Africa safari tour with your loved ones to enjoy some of the most beautiful animals in Africa which is just a must for all loving animals to see in their natural habitats and animal surroundings.

These beautiful dangerous hippopotamus are no doubt  the top ten Africa's most beautiful dangerous animals which cause a lot of fatalities during their animal attacks and cause a great number of  human deaths in Africa. The African hippopotamus  has lived to its name being the deadliest animal even surpursing the king of the jungle. Many people will wonder why this beautiful dangerous hippopotamus us as dangerous as it seems to be. These great African hippos are animals which do not want to associate with human beings especially whenthey are in their nocturnal rounds or just in their natural habitats.
These giant beautiful hippos with the demise in their natural breeding grounds and natural habitat due to man's need for land for construction and paving the way for development, the African Hippo has been left with little space and hence the Hippo and man have been fighting over the existing land use. These beautiful hippopotamus have been eating many of man;s cash and subsistence crops and many of  hippopotamus have been hunted down as a result of that and as a source of protein or meat which is cheaply and easily available in many of Africans great lakes along the Savannah and the Nile regions as well.  And when they’re disturbed, they charge full speed ahead, stopping at nothing that gets in their path. Hippos are certainly dangerous. A hippo can bite a person in two, and that has happened, but it usually doesn't happen unless the person has done something terribly unwise, such as try to get close to a baby hippo to get a better picture.

Beautiful dangerous African Hippopotamus

The hippo is responsible for more human fatalities in Africa than any other large animal. Male hippos actively defend their territories which run along the banks of rivers and lakes. Females have also been known to get extremely aggressive if they sense anyone coming in between their babies, who stay in the water while she feeds on the shore. Hippos can run at speeds of over 20 miles an hour and they have enormous jaws which host up to 20 inch canines.

Fun Facts about beautiful dangerous  hippopotamus:
beautiful dangerous Hippopotamus secrete a natural sunscreen that is colored red and eventually turns brown
The beautiful hippopotamus closest living relative is the whale or any kind of whale species
All kinds of hippopotamus can kill crocodiles in their natural habitat whether on land or in the rivers
Hippos consume over 100 pounds of vegetation per day.
These beautiful dangerous  hippopotamus are at the moment in danger of becoming extinct in many of the African countries and the world at large
Guess what these beautiful dangerous Hippopotamus can not jump

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