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|appearance=In the new design, Hippopotamus Gorgops has [[Wikipedia:Feathered hair|feathered hair]] with edges tinted in yellow-brown color. She has thin to normal eyebrows She has bangs that curve around her head, representing a hippo's fangs, . She is wearing a black & light blue wet suit with two golden rings on the bottom of her belly and a golden zipper attached on her back, representing the nostrils and the tail of the animal she's based on. She is wearing swimming goggles that represent the creature's stalk-eyes . She has two pieces of hair on each side that go on top of her goggles, representing the top teeth of a hippo . She wears blue pants with the middle part being black, her knees have the silhoette of the top view of a hippo's head upside down with two circles on the side of it. She wears turquiose slippers with no socks . She has magma color eyes with small black pupils
 
|appearance=In the new design, Hippopotamus Gorgops has [[Wikipedia:Feathered hair|feathered hair]] with edges tinted in yellow-brown color. She has thin to normal eyebrows She has bangs that curve around her head, representing a hippo's fangs, . She is wearing a black & light blue wet suit with two golden rings on the bottom of her belly and a golden zipper attached on her back, representing the nostrils and the tail of the animal she's based on. She is wearing swimming goggles that represent the creature's stalk-eyes . She has two pieces of hair on each side that go on top of her goggles, representing the top teeth of a hippo . She wears blue pants with the middle part being black, her knees have the silhoette of the top view of a hippo's head upside down with two circles on the side of it. She wears turquiose slippers with no socks . She has magma color eyes with small black pupils
  

Revision as of 18:45, 27 June 2022

Hippopotamus Gorgops

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Character Data
Also known as: Gorgops, Gorgon hippo, gorgon eyed river horse
Japanese Name: ゴルゴプスカバ
Romanised Name: Gorugopusukaba
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Hippopotamus gorgops
Distribution: Africa and Europe
Diet: Herbivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: Unknown
Read More: Hippopotamus gorgops
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 EX.svg.png
Hippopotamus Gorgops Anime Festival KF3 Nexon Game

The Hippopotamus Gorgops is a an extinct Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game and festival, and made a cameo in the 2017 anime.

Appearance

In the new design, Hippopotamus Gorgops has feathered hair with edges tinted in yellow-brown color. She has thin to normal eyebrows She has bangs that curve around her head, representing a hippo's fangs, . She is wearing a black & light blue wet suit with two golden rings on the bottom of her belly and a golden zipper attached on her back, representing the nostrils and the tail of the animal she's based on. She is wearing swimming goggles that represent the creature's stalk-eyes . She has two pieces of hair on each side that go on top of her goggles, representing the top teeth of a hippo . She wears blue pants with the middle part being black, her knees have the silhoette of the top view of a hippo's head upside down with two circles on the side of it. She wears turquiose slippers with no socks . She has magma color eyes with small black pupils


In the old design, Hippopotamus Gorgops has short dark grey hair that reaches the back of her neck, the edges of her hair and animal ears are tinted in bluish dark turquoise. Her outfit is composed of a two-piece wet suit with a heart-shaped cleavage, and a small zipper on the back, representing a hippo's tail. Her shoulders and top part of her legs are blue fading to yellow. She's holding binoculars with blue glasses that represent the creature's stalk-eyes. She has turquoise gloves and shoes, magma color eyes with big dark red pupils . Her wet suit has a black dot with spaced black outlines on the each side of the bottom of her wet suit, representing hippo nostrils ,there's a smaller black dot next to them . The 2 pieces of her suit are seperated with a line that fades from yellow to blue, to yellow again.

In Real Life

Hippopotamus gorgops

Hippopotamus gorgops also called Gorgon-eyed river horse, is an extinct species of hippopotamus. It first appeared in Africa during the late Miocene, and eventually migrated into Europe during the early Pliocene. It became extinct prior to the Ice Age. With a length of 4.3 metres (14 ft) and a shoulder height of 2.1 metres (6.9 ft) and with a weight of 3,900 kilograms (8,600 lb) H. gorgops was much larger than its living relative, the common hippopotamus. Unlike its living relative, H. gorgops had eyestalk-like orbits extruding above its skull, making it even easier for the creature to see its surroundings while almost fully under water.

Trivia

  • The Latin word "hippopotamus" is derived from the ancient Greek ἱπποπόταμος, hippopotamos, from ἵππος, hippos, "horse", and ποταμός, potamos, "river", meaning "horse of the river".
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