hippo hunted egypt

Why was the hippo hunted in egypt?

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  1. http://library.thinkquest.org/J002589/Animals.shtml

    This site explains that.

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  2. Alwrite, got it, thanks!

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  3. this is so funny u got to answer this ouesti0on

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  4. the hippo was hunted for their teeth which were valuable and also because they were dangerous

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