New Species Of House Hippo Is Invading American Homes…And Hearts

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We’ve been introduced to many new species of animals online, such as the mountain liger and the blue angel.

But if viral pictures of a “new species” called dirds — a dog/bird creature that spawned in a mad scientist lab called Photoshop — have taught us anything, it’s that you can’t always believe what you see online, even if it seems realistic.

The wise-beyond-its-size North American house hippo knows this. This tiny tot, no bigger than a breadbox, is quite the fascinating animal. It’s so small and quiet that you may not even realize that it sneaks into your house at night and sleeps in a nest in your closet for 13 hours a day.

But this well-rested animal has something very important to say about reality.

What is it? Watch the video below.


Source: Hippos.littlethings.com

Please SHARE this vital discovery with everyone you know, because if more people talk about the house hippo’s plight, less lies will be told online.