Outside this area, a small population may still exist near Ghanzi although some observers think this is unlikely.
Hippos are also found on privately owned game farms, conservancies, recreational lands and other unprotected areas throughout the country. .
Burkina Faso has a number of large protected areas where Hippos reside, including W National Park which extends into Niger, and Benin, Arly and Deux Bales Forest reserves, Bala Biological Reserve (Dibloni.
The current Hippo population in reduction location ski sport 2000 Mpumalanga is estimated at 1,000 animals, where 575 animals occur in cadeau a faire a un avocat provincial and private nature reserves, with an estimated 430 Hippos in the neighbouring river systems.
2006) with around 100 individuals in the wet season.No recent census information is available for Nigeria, although Hippos have been reported in low numbers across a number of locations including Kainji Lake and Okumu National Parks, and Kwiambana, Sambisa and Yankari Game Reserves, and Hippos may still occur in the Niger Delta.In Zimbabwe, Common Hippos are found in areas that border the Zambesi river in the north and the Limpopo river in the south.For further information about this species, see.
At one time the population in Queen Elizabeth National Park (qenp) reached 21,000, but this was reduced to about 14,000 in a culling programme of the 1950s.
The main threat to Hippos in Angola is poaching and human develepoment along the rivers (Pedro Vaz Pinto pers.
The current estimates for Chad suggests a country-wide Hippo population of 500.
Common Hippos in Burundi have been reported on the Malagarazi, Ruvubu and Rusizi Rivers but there are conflicting reports over numbers.
Since 2002, Hippo population have increased slightly in most protected areas as reported for Garamba National Park where 2,600 Hippos in main rivers Aka, Dungu, Garamba - and the neighbouring hunting areas were counted (Schapira and Antonínová 2011).No common hippos have been reported from Djibouti.In the North-West Province, there are approximately 100 individuals on formally protected areas and on private lands.The Ugalla and Malagarassi Rivers and the Serengeti and Mara Rivers.South Africa has country-wide information on Common Hippos as a national assessment for the species has recently been completed (National Red List Assessment in review).2010) and suggests that Zimbabwes Hippo population is stable at approximately 5,000 individuals.Dozens of individuals persist in Lake Malawi and the shire rivers (Johnathan Vaughan pers.More than 300 Hippos were reported in Vwaza Marshes National Park, with smaller populations in Majete and Kasungu National Parks of no more than 100 individuals.