Hippos can Recognise Their Friends’ Voices

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  • Hippos make loud “wheeze honks” which travel long distances across lakes and rives
  • Scientists who have been studying hippos in Africa have discovered that their distinctive honks allow these animals to tell friend from foe.
  • The team of scientists presume that the animals might be able to recognize individuals from their voices.

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