Douglina The Hippo

An orphaned hippopotamus weighing in at nearly 20 stone has been flown to safety in a passenger aircraft and has even been awarded an airline loyalty card. The unusual passenger took to the skies to be transported to her new home at Chipembele Wildlife Education Centre on the banks of the South Luangwa River in Zambia. The four-month-old baby, called Douglina, is now being cared for by former Thames Valley police officers, Anna and Steve Tolan.

An orphaned hippopotamus weighing in at nearly 20 stone has been flown to safety in a passenger aircraft and has even been awarded an airline loyalty card. The unusual passenger took to the skies to be transported to her new home at Chipembele Wildlife Education Centre on the banks of the South Luangwa River in Zambia. The four-month-old baby, called Douglina, is now being cared for by former Thames Valley police officers, Anna and Steve Tolan.

An orphaned hippopotamus weighing in at nearly 20 stone has been flown to safety in a passenger aircraft and has even been awarded an airline loyalty card. The unusual passenger took to the skies to be transported to her new home at Chipembele Wildlife Education Centre on the banks of the South Luangwa River in Zambia. The four-month-old baby, called Douglina, is now being cared for by former Thames Valley police officers, Anna and Steve Tolan.

An orphaned hippopotamus weighing in at nearly 20 stone has been flown to safety in a passenger aircraft and has even been awarded an airline loyalty card. The unusual passenger took to the skies to be transported to her new home at Chipembele Wildlife Education Centre on the banks of the South Luangwa River in Zambia. The four-month-old baby, called Douglina, is now being cared for by former Thames Valley police officers, Anna and Steve Tolan.

An orphaned hippopotamus weighing in at nearly 20 stone has been flown to safety in a passenger aircraft and has even been awarded an airline loyalty card. The unusual passenger took to the skies to be transported to her new home at Chipembele Wildlife Education Centre on the banks of the South Luangwa River in Zambia. The four-month-old baby, called Douglina, is now being cared for by former Thames Valley police officers, Anna and Steve Tolan.