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Rhinos, Rhino Pictures, Facts, and Information
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Rhino Resting


Rhino Resting

White Rhino


White Rhino

Rhino Eating Grass Face Closeup


Rhino Eating Grass Face Closeup

Rhinoceros


Rhinoceros

Rhino


Rhino
Rhino

Rhino walking


Rhino walking
Rhino walking
Rhino

Rhinocerous


Rhinocerous
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Rhinocerous pictures that I've taken at zoos

Animal: Rhinoceros

Species: There are five species of rhinoceros. Two of which, the Black rhino and White rhino, reside in Africa. The other three, the Greater One-Horned, Sumatran, and Javan rhinos, reside in Asia.

Lifespan: Rhinos live to be about 30 years old in the wild.

Size & Weight: The largest species of rhino is the White rhino. A White rhino can grow to be 8,000-9,000 lbs and are 12-13 ft long! The smallest species of rhino is the Sumatran rhino, with a length of 8-10 ft and a weight of about 1,700 lbs.

Habitat: The different species of rhinos live in differnt habitats. The Black rhino and White rhino live in open grasslands and floodplains. The Sumatran, Mountain One-Horned (a.k.a Indian Rhino), and Javan Rhino all prefer rainforest and swamp environments.

Diet: Rhinos are herbivores and eat grass or leaves.

Family Life: Rhinos are solitary creatures. Both male and female Rhinos defend their territoy and will fight another rhino that tries to impede upon it. Rhinos meet up to mate, fight frequently during courtship, and go their seperate ways once they've finished mating.

*Fun Facts*

  • Rhinos can run up to 40 MPH!!
  • Baby rhinos stay with their mother for 2-4 year before going off ont heir own.