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Karen and Mike Paolillo aren’t academic scientists who publish papers in learned journals. But they are zealots in the best sense of the word, throwing themselves into this unlikely mission to help a handful of vulnerable hippos. They’ve spent more time in the water than most zoologists do, and their knowledge of hippo behavior may be unparalleled in the world.
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The pair moved Chunky, the surviving son of a legendary hippo named Big Foot, to Milwaukee County Zoo this summer as part of a Species Survival Plan that involves zoos across North America. Happy is expected to breed with the two females in Milwaukee and live up to 45 years in a zoo setting, longer than in the wild.
While Nile hippos spend most of their lives in the river, they are primarily grazers. They eat more than 80 pounds of grass and other plants each night. And they can digest up to 30 gallons of water each day!