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The "don" in hippowdon's name could also be the common dinosaur suffix "odon" which is "teeth" in greek, due to how hippowdon's large teeth are emphasized and actual hippopotamus' exclusive use of biting as an attack. Teeth make more sense in this circumstance than the spanish word for lord. -I'll change it in a week or so if no one replies...
Strange thing I noticed
Did anyone see that shiny male hippowdon is the same color as real hippos? LordKaien 21:51, 6 June 2008 (UTC)