A Pygmy Hippo in…Australia?

  1. Jon Hall 13 years ago

    Wow – thanks Matt. Incredible that it could have survived for so long is such a different habitat!

  2. Curtis Hart 13 years ago

    It would be cool to see, but it wouldn’t count for me. I don’t tend to count feral populations, and it sounds like this was one animal, not a population.

  3. Morgan Churchill 13 years ago

    I would count feral/introduced populations if they are free-living, breeding in the wild over a period of time, and not totally dependent on humans for survival. I don’t think the pygmy hippos in this case count for the second reason.

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