Fiona the Hippo in Pool Cincinnati Zoo

Fiona the Hippo in Pool 

The tilapia in Fiona's pool are not there for the hippos to eat. The fish serve multiple purposes, they help to keep the water clean by eating the hippo dung and they also eat the dead skin off of the hippos which keep them clean and free of micro-organisms.

Fiona the Hippo in Pool Fiona the Hippo in Pool 


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Fiona posing for the paparazzi.

Fiona is up to 73 pounds and is getting a little too heavy for her care staff lift in and out of the pool. So, she's learning to use a ramp. When she first saw the ramp, she needed some coaxing to step on it. After a few days, she went up and down with little assistance

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Premature Baby Hippo Fiona Gets a Bigger Pool 

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Fiona has reached an important milestone. She has been introduced to the indoor pools that her mom and dad use. They were drained to a manageable depth for her and will become deeper as she masters propelling herself to the surface for air. One of many things she must master before venturing into the outdoor hippo habitat is being able to navigate in deeper water. 

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More: Baby Hippo Fiona Gets a Ramp for Her Pool

Fans reacted to Fiona the Hippo in Pool 

Elizabeth Burdick-Romero Oh, Fiona, you are so cute and have so much poise. I think you should pass on Timothy and keep hunting!

Kathy Wynne Rossell Fiona is such a sassy girl! She loves the camera! And rightly so she is so adorable! Love our sweet girl! 

Linda Dobbs Fiona, you are a star! No matter how big you grow, you will always be Baby Fiona!

Rob Pasquini And so what possesses anyone to eat tilapia in a restaurant?

Judy Sykes I just love following her please keep showings her

Roberta Bailey these symbiotic relationships are crucial and love Fiona the Hippo in Pool 

Beth Chadwick Speck Do you like catfish? Shrimp? They do much the same thing.

Kim Goodwin Oh no, talapia was one of the very few fish I actually liked the taste of. I quickly changed my mind

Narva Green This is why I WILL NEVER EAT TILAPIA again

Josh Giersch At least their good in that aspect for Fiona. Otherwise you should never eat tilapia be it's the McDonald's of the sea lol Fiona the Hippo in Pool  always my favorite

Christina Harter The saying “you are what you eat” no longer applies. It’s more like “you are what you are eating eats”.

Tamara K Wiseman Tilapia is garbage fish, yet nice restaurants serve that. I always laugh when I see it on the menu.

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