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[[Image:Hippocampelephantocamelos_4.jpg |right|frame|'''Hippocampelephantocamelos'''<br/>Issue 4 August 1966]]
'''Hippocampelephantocamelos''' was a science fiction fanzine by Fred Hollander.
'''Hippocampelephantocamelos''' was a science fiction fanzine by Fred Hollander.

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Issue 4 August 1966

Hippocampelephantocamelos was a science fiction fanzine by Fred Hollander.

Published in Pasedena, California. U.S.A., Hippocampelephantocamelos was released in the 1960s.

Iuuse 2 was released in February 1966.

Issue 3 was published in 1966, with a cover by ATom, and a column by Greg Shaw (Feemwlort, Entmoot, Mojo-Navigator Rock & Roll News).

Issue 4 was released in August 1966. It included the column "Fandom is something that comes in the mail" by Jean Berman. Other contributors included Tom Digby, and Mike Klassen.

Issue 5 appeared in December 1966, and included the short story Easy Come by Larry Niven.

The cover art was a collaboration by four artists, including Joni Stopa.

Ron Bennett reviewed issues 3 to 5 for Skyrack #94, from August 1967, saying, "...fair all round zine, with a good snappy title and obviously a favourite with Cecil."

Issue 6 was released in April 1967. It included a five page essay on Doc Smith's Gray Lensman, by James H. Schmitz. The cover art was by J. Chambell.

Fred Hollander also published the fanzine Auslander and several issues of the LASFS newszine De Profundis in the 1960s.