SAN ANTONIO - A hippopotamus was literally a "hungry hungry hippo" after it smashed open a watermelon in one chomp at the San Antonio Zoo on Wednesday. Footage shared by the San Antonio Zoo, located in San Antonio, Texas, shows a hippo biting down on the watermelon in slow motion, demonstrating the power of its jaws."What better way to kick off summer than a good old-fashioned hippo watermelon smash?" the zoo wrote on its social media platforms. RELATED:Heartwarming reunion captured of chimpanzee recognizing former zoo volunteer decades laterAccording to Popular Science, female hippos’ bites have been measured at 1,800 pound-force per square inch, with male hippos reportedly too aggressive to test.The San Antonio Zoo is a nonprofit
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