Pygmy hippos are so rare they are almost never seen in the wild. To try and find out more about them, the Zoological Society of London set a trap—a camera trap—in Liberia. Within just three days, they had a grazing pygmy hippo on video! Scientists were pleased to know that pygmy hippos were doing so well in that area.

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