How Much Does a Baby Hippo Weigh?

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A baby hippo weighs between 50 and 100 pounds (23 and 45 kilograms). It is fully weaned after six to eight months with which it must learn how to walk and swim. They can nurse on land like other youngsters of the African wilderness, but they can also be nursed underwater. Hippo calves cannot hold their breath for very long when they are under water.
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1 Additional Answer
A baby hippo can weigh anywhere from eighty-five pounds to one hundred and forty pounds. A baby hippo is also called a calf and is usually a dark grayish, brownish, at birth. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/3500/walrus.html
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