A fully grown hippopotamus can weigh between 1½ to 31/2 tons. They grow to about 13 feet long and 5 feet high.
Hippos have no sweat glands and keep cool by submerging their bodies in lakes and rivers. They secrete a red fluid that helps to avoid sunburn.
They are good swimmers and can hold their breath for nearly 5 minutes underwater.
Are the most garrulous pinnipeds or marine mammals with broad heads, flippers, short muzzle, small eyes, tusks and whiskers.
Have a stocky but powerful built and can weigh up to about 3,500 lbs to 6,000 lbs when fully grown.
Are gentle aquatic mammals with bodies that taper to a flat paddle shaped tail.
Are tail-less amphibians with stout bodies and long hind limbs for leaping of the family Bugonidae.
Are voracious reptiles that are aquatic by nature and belong to the genus Crocodilus meaning “lizards.”
Are the largest living land animals that are now found in the world
Are partially arboreal marsupials with long thick tails, pointed snout and long fox-like tapering ears belonging to the order Diprotodontia.
Are genuses of even-toed ungulates (hooved) within the family Suidae.
Are large, powerful, living lizards with long flat heads, round snouts, scaly skin, bowed legs and huge muscular tails.