Ooops. If I just walk away quietly, maybe they won’t notice.
Too funny! Great shot.
Great photo! 🙂
Yeah, you don’t want to get to close to those little darlings as they are very aggressive. I’ve been chased by many a hippo while canoeing on the Zambesi River in Zimbabwe. Quite scary at times. Paddle faster!!!!
OH my! that sounds terrifying. I’m glad you are okay. I don’t know what I would do. I guess paddle like I’ve never paddled before.
Are these hungry, hungry hippos?
Ha! So funny!! I can sort of imagine the bird whistling quietly and walking away!
Very funny. Plus I love hippos.
I imagined him whistling as well.
looks like the hippos just couldn’t be bothered…they had enough lunch I guess..LoL 😀
… and is that a bird or a duck..?
lovely picture…thank you for the sharing…
~ a bunch of love
I think the guide said it was an Egyptian goose, but my memory is failing me somewhat.
lol…that’s a brave little bird
Ahaha! I just sent this to Tyler. I call him my hungry hungry hippo – like the game because he is always eating!
Too cute; a feathered friend among the hippos!!
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