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38% 177 votes
62% 295 votes
472 people voted
Yes, they are an invasive species and the problem could go grow... 160 votes

Yes, they are an invasive species and the problem could go grow further out of control
34%
Yes, they are an invasive species and the problem could go grow further out of control
I'm not sure 122 votes

I'm not sure
26%
No, it is against the animals' will and they did not choose to... 180 votes

No, it is against the animals' will and they did not choose to be exported away from their native habitat
38%
No, it is against the animals' will and they did not choose to be exported away from their native habitat
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K9830204z98

K9830204z98

  If this is looked at on a human part perspective, it looks like what happens to black people who are rooted from native lands and then when they are not needed anymore we wanna do inhumane and painful things to them. Its not right
FelicityHansel

FelicityHansel

  It would be wonderful if they could find sponsors to move all of them to a natural location where they will be free and save. To roam free and live as a family like it should be.
Grandmoo

Grandmoo

  What I find amazing here is that these people are sterilizing the hippos and appealing to the world to "adopt" those hippos, in stead of culling them as what many others would have done. They are trying to save these hippos and one can only hope and pray that those who can, would jump in to take care. Sterilizing them is a humane way of eventual control but as I understand, it is a costly affair and very, very difficult. And here again I believe there are others who have the means to help out.
f8078508u

f8078508u

  NO to the zoo solution. Animals do NOT belong in zoos. They must be removed from that environment and placed in sanctuaries in countries like South Africa where their numbers are falling and where they are indigenous.

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