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This pair of hippo’s gender reveal had been a mouthful of controversy, in spite of the zoo is to make sure that the animals are involved in the disclosure and was not harmed in the process.
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A video clip of Jonathan and Bridgette Joseph, the throwing a watermelon filled with blue Jell-O in a hippo’s mouth, in the Capital of Texas Zoo in Cedar Creek, has been posted on the video-sharing app, TikTok is on a Saturday. Soon after, the couple went viral on social media, the controversial gender-reveal.
In the pictures, but this is seen throwing the pumpkin in the mouth of a 5-year-old Nile hippo, named the Tank. The Tank, then chomps it down, busting the melon open and reveal the blue Jell-O, with an indication of the couple was expecting a baby boy.
The His follow the news and to hug. However, their excitement was not shared on Twitter, where the director of the film, Ana Bretón posted a clip of the video, calling it the worst gender-reveal.”
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The tweet, which racked up 7 million views and 34K retweets Monday afternoon to receive comments, shaming the couple for the food of the animal, and a food dye, and slamming the guy to say, “thank God,” when revealed, the couple with a little boy.
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The couple was shocked by the attention, and the responses to them.
In a follow-up tweet, Bretón shared, Bridgette is the responsibility of the decision for the use of an hippo in to the reveal, the defense of their actions as ‘safe’ for the hippo. Bridgette explained that they had been with a guy for many years, but after having a daughter.
The zoo has tried to squash the feelings of indignation, which claims to be a Tank “and enjoyed it as much as anyone else,” and the announcement that the zoo is helping the couple plan to be revealed to the New York Post reports.
“It is similar to Jell-O, and people have to feed their children. It is completely safe,” zoo director Michael Hicks, who are reportedly routinely give the Tank a watermelon, filled it with Jell-O as a treat, she told the Post.
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“You can’t make a hippopotamus have to do everything. It weighs in at 4,000 pounds,” he added. “He has enjoyed it as much as anyone else did.”