Speak for yourself.Yes, I don't know where you are going with this?
This is standard knowledge in regards to how we learn. You didn't know a hippo ate meat, so you thought they didn't, then you found a video clip showing you this and now you have updated your knowledge about hippos.
You don't know me.
I knew many many years ago, that hippos killed crocodiles... which are terrified of them. Lol
I never assumed they ate meat, or did not.
Your admittance of updated knowledge is not mine.
That's not the point.If you take something like dark matter and dark energy, the scientist thinks that this could be an explanation, but they don't go out claiming it to be true.
In the case of the hippo, this new knowledge doesn't change the fact that hippos still prefer eating plants or whatever, so our former knowledge wasn't wrong, it simply wasn't a full explanation.
No comparrison there. Eating is not the same as a wolf becoming a sheep.Well because I don't think what you wrote is relevant in regards to evolution and what food animals eat. There is a whole digestion system and animal anatomy involved, a food chain etc. It's like asking whether a cow could suddenly start hunting other animals and eat them because it suddenly "preferred" to be a carnivore. It is irrelevant when it depends on so much more, and I don't see how that would be possible, given how evolution works.