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We used 60-year-old notebooks to find out why male hippos have bigger tusks than females

By Graeme Shannon, Lecturer in Zoology, Bangor University
Line Cordes, Lecturer in Marine Population Ecology, Bangor University
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Data collected from thousands of hippos helped show that while males are only slightly bigger than females, they have much larger tusks.

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