Furious hippo

by Anton van Zyl

This furious hippo came running out of the Lengau dam chasing after the Spoonbills and Ibis’s that were sitting on the side of the dam, and who were between the hippo and her calf at that moment.

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Aug 05, 2012
Great shot
by: Patrick

Hi, great capture, one does not often see the hippo out of the water and this one with his mouth so wide open.
Well done.

Jun 15, 2012
Ready for a fight
by: Jenny

I would not like to get in his way....looks like he is ready for a fight.

Jun 11, 2012
Check out those teeth!
by: Gavin

Brilliant picture!

Jun 11, 2012
Very cool photo
by: Peter

Most of my hippos photos are of them in the water - you did well to get him out in the open with his mouth so wide!

Jun 11, 2012
Very nice image Anton!
by: Mario

You have captured the agressive stance with mouth wide open and the lighting is great - thanks for sharing!

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