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Here’s how you can give the gift of Fiona for the holidays


Fiona, the sassy hippo who overcame great odds to be a prime star at the Cincinnati Zoo, can help you celebrate the holidays. 

>> 6 of our FAVORITE photos of baby Fiona

Rookwood Pottery has collaborated with the zoo to create a Fiona ornament, so you can dress up your tree, mantle or just about anything with her likeness.

>> Fiona the hippo inspires Graeter’s ice cream flavor

The Cincinnati-based store has started selling Fiona ornaments online at shop.rookwoodpottery.com and in store locations (find the closest one here). 

>> WATCH: Fiona the hippo explores the outdoor pool

Each ornament is $25 plus tax, and 20% of the proceeds from each will be donated to the Cincinnati Zoo Conservation Fund. 

>> PHOTOS: Fiona the hippo at the Cincinnati Zoo

If you’d like to have your ornament signed by the artist, you can attend one of the artist signings at their stores at the dates and times listed below: 


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