White rhinos eat different grasses, such as Pennisetum and Digitaria, while their black rhino relatives eat leaves and fruit from trees and bushes. The two rhino types are not different colors, but are instead distinguished by their different lip shapes. Black rhinos have pointed upper lips for plucking food that sits higher off the ground, while white rhinos have flat, square lips to scoop grasses off the ground.
White rhinos walk around with their heads low to the ground in search of grass when grazing and eat whenever they find a suitable source of food. They may feed alone, but they are often found eating with at least a dozen other rhinos.
White rhinos are found living on grassy plains in Africa. They can grow to be up to 6 feet tall and weigh as much as 7,920 pounds, as stated by National Geographic.