The head and body of a hippo usually grow to about 9.5-14 feet. The tail is usually 13.75-19.75 inches long. The average weight is 5,000-8,000 pounds. National Geographic compares them in size to that of a six foot man.
The Hippo is the third largest land animal based on weight (elephant and white rhino are larger). They average five feet tall and about 15 feet long.
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