Did YouKnow, Hippos Sweat Is Red?

via Scientific American

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Hippos produce what is sometimes called “blood sweat” to repel water and moisturize skin. The liquid appears red in sunlight and is not actually classified as sweat. Scientists do not know the chemical composition of the liquid.

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