3. Hippo - Tortoise
Download the flv file Update, March 2007 - A giant turtle and an parentless issue hippo who forged an unusual friendship after the 2004 moving ridge in se Asia are the stars of a new Web data processor so fans can fall out their progress. Mzee, a 130-year-old Aldabran tortoise, became a alternate raise and indivisible friend to artiodactyl mammal reformist who was washed out to sea off the coast of Kenya, reclaimed by villagers and taken to a life park wherever the turtle lived. The devastating Indian sea tidal wave that hit in December 2004 left 230,000 multitude killed or missing, including 170,000 in Indonesia.
Hippo and Tortoise Pals May Find Three's a Crowd
The strength of a incomparable male alliance between a early artiodactyl mammal and a 130-year-old tortoise design be tested late this season when conservation workers lay a animal hippo to the mix. The pending introduction serves as an provocative strategy twist to the remote subject matter of a hippo and tortoise brought collectively at Haller piece of land life sanctuary in Mombasa, Kenya, in the upshot of the December 26, 2004, Indian Ocean tsunami. The conservationists hope the two hippos will slave with no objection from the tortoise, onymous Mzee.
Picture of Tsunami in South Asia-Fiction!
Thanks to tips from several of our readers we have confirmed that this shoreline is in reality that of Antofagasta, Chile in South America. The rise delineated is as big as some of the multi-story buildings on the shore. The south-western Asia tsunami was devastating, but was not characterised by waves that were hundreds of feet high.