The gigapotamus split from gigaphant. Since there are so many other herbivores on the land, it has adapted to eat the aquatic plants, since there were no others in the water. Its tall legs were perfect wading through the water. Its size is a bit smaller, but its body in comparison to its legs is bigger and thus it can no longer hold its own body weight out of the water and even has problems in shallow water. Its toes have totally degenerated and only have footpads at the bottom that protect it from the gravel bottom. It uses its two pseudo-trunks to eat the huge leaves of the lillypalm. Their butt-nostrils have grown taller to prevent drowning, and their ears and eyes moved to the top of their head for better vision above the water. Large herds travel together, eating fresh lillypalm up and down the Ovi River. During the spring, they have their babies in Ovi Lake and raise them there until winter, in which they will travel south for fresh lillypalm.