It’s a Boy, Welcome to George !

It’s a Boy, Welcome to George !

It’s a BOY! This is GEORGE, our ROYAL baby Hippo.

george in feb
Named by Helen Capps of the UK, this little darling was born mid December and his Mother is Tacha and father Kuchek. So George is another little male to join the other calves in the boys’ band,  Banky and Darrow.

We hope like his Royal namesake he will grow strong and bold and Kingly and that one day he will rule over his own family.

For now he is just a baby so enjoy his photos and if you fancy adopting a baby hippo George is our youngest calf at this moment.

 

Love Karen and the hippos


 

George’s first official portfolio:

What a beautiful big boy !

George with mum and dad

George with mum and dad

Calf two months old and mother

Calf two months old and mother

George with Tacha

George with Tacha

Showing off !

George gaping and showing off !

George with the band

George with some of the family

He loves his mum

He loves his mum

George with mum

George with mum

With mum and dad !

With mum and dad Tacha and Kuchek

Again, gaping with mum and dad

Again, gaping with mum and dad

George with Tacha

George with Tacha

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24 Comments

  1. What cutie hippos they are. Im amazed looking at the images. Arent they endangered nowadays?

  2. Nancy Watkins

    Those are great pics of baby George with his mum. Great job on the photos as usual. You are an amazing lady! The hippos are so lucky to have such a caring advocate!!

  3. I’m really glad that there’s a new baby hippo. He looks so cute! I hope George is happy with his friends?

    • Hi Joe George’s best friend is Darrow at the moment they are often playing together open mouthed pushing games. George is a big calf for his age and already a character. Love Karen and all the hippos

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