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Uploaded on Monday 20 Sep 2010 by Yannick Beadoin

Hippo (Hippopotamus Amphibius) in the river, Zambia

Year: 2010
From collection: African Biodiversity
Taken by: Yannick Beaudoin
The Luangwa River in Zambia is the most intact river system in Africa, and forms the lifeblood of the Luangwa National Park. Along this stretch of river, there is an official hippo-count of 48 animals per kilometre - the largest concentration of hippopatumus' in the World.
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