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Pygmy Hippo ‘Prince Harry’ Died Today

The internet sensation Prince Harry the hippo died during complications with his surgery today to repair an umbilical hernia he suffered from respiratory arrest and heart failure.  He was 3 months old I’ve got to say when I first saw pictures of him I thought it was photoshop, turns out it’s a real breed of hippos from South Africa, and there’s only about 3,000 left in the world. Prince Harry was being hand-raised by caretakers at Cango Wildlife Ranch after the little guy was rejected by his mother.  To see pictures of the adorable calf check them out below. Seriously how cute is this guy?  I just wanna cuddle the crap out of him! You can pay your condolences at his facebook page here.

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