Hô-bé

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Hô-bé tīn, Luangwa Soaⁿ-kok (Zambia)
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Kài: Animalia
Mn̂g: Chordata
Kong: Mammalia
Bo̍k: Artiodactyla
Kho: Hippopotamidae
Sio̍k: Hippopotamus
Chéng: H. amphibius
Ha̍k-miâ
Hippopotamus amphibius
Linnaeus, 1758
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Hô-bé (Hi-lia̍p-gí: ‘ιπποπόταμος, lô-má-jī: hippopotamos, hippos sī "bé", potamos sī "hô"), ha̍k-miâ Hippopotamus amphibius, nā kap pat chéng khu-hun mā ē-tàng kiò phó͘-thong hô-bé (Eng-gí: common hippo), sī Hui-chiu ê 1 chióng chia̍h-chháu ê chhī-leng tōng-bu̍t, kho-ha̍k-kài kā i pun khì Hippopotamidae kho lāi-té. Chit ê kho bo̍k-chêng kan-taⁿ chhun 2 ê chéng, lēng-goā hit ê sī É Hô-bé.

A-chéng[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Pún chéng ê hô-bé, ē-tàng hun 5-ê a-chéng, chóng-sī chia-ê a-chéng m̄-sī chin siū tio̍h tong-tāi gián-kiù khak-jīn--ê:[1]

  • H. a. amphibius
  • H. a. tschadensis
  • H. a. kiboko
  • H. a. constrictus
  • H. a. capensis

Si̍t-sèng[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Hô-bé it-poaⁿ chia̍h-chháu, chóng-sī ia̍h ū hàn--tit chhut-hiān ê chia̍h ba̍h kì-lio̍k[2].

Chham-khó bo̍k-lio̍k[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  • Eltringham, Stewart Keith (1999). The Hippos: Natural History and Conservation. T. & A. D. Poyser. ISBN 978-1-4081-3403-0. 

Chù-kha[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Eltringham 1999, p. 3
  2. Leejiah Jonathan Dorward (2015). "New record of cannibalism in the common hippo, Hippopotamus amphibius (Linnaeus, 1758)". Arican Journal of Ecology 53 (3): 385–87. doi:10.1111/aje.12197.