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1) There are 5 species of rhinos, 3 of which are critically endangered White, Black, Indian, Javan, and Sumatran make up the five species of rhino in the world. White and black rhinoceros are native to Africa, while Indian, Javan and Sumatran can be found in India and Asia. Due to widespread poaching, all rhinos are under threat, but the black rhino, Javan rhino and Sumatran rhino are ...


10 facts about rhinos. There are 5 species (types) of rhinoceros. Rhinoceros live up to 40 years old. Rhinoceros are herbivores so they only eat grass and no meat. Rhinos grow to be 6 feet tall and 11 feet long. The skin of rhinoceros is really thick. Rhinoceros’ horns are made of keratin, which also makes your fingernails and hair.


10) In Asia, only the Sumatran (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis), Indian (Rhinoceros unicornis) and Javan (Rhinoceros sondaicus) species survive today.Each is either on the endangered or critically endangered list. The Indian rhino used to roam across India up to Pakistan, Nepal and Bhutan and down to Burma and Bangladesh; today it is found in small groups in limited places in India and Nepal.


10) Sadly, it’s estimated that there are only around 29,000 rhinos left in the wild, compared to 500,000 at the beginning of the 20th century. The main threat to these beautiful animals is illegal hunting , largely because their horns are used in traditional folk medicine, particularly in Asia.


Ten fun facts about Rhinoceros Fact 1 The horns of a rhinoceros are made of keratin similar to that which makes up our hair and fingernails. These horns are prized the world over and has put rhinoceroses at high risk as endangered animals as poachers are interested in killing them for their horns.


A white rhino's horns are slightly smaller, and a Sumatran rhinos horns are about 10 to 31 inches (25 to 79 cm) for the front and less than 3 inches (7 cm) for the rear. The greater one-horned ...


Facts about Black Rhinos 3: the endangered species. The rhinos are included as the critically endangered species. In 2011, IUCN included the western black rhinos as extinct animals. Facts about Black Rhinos 4: the weight of adult black rhinos. Let’s find out the weight of black rhinos. It has the weight around 1,800 to 3,100 lbs or 800 to ...


Indian rhinos are known to make at least 10 distinct sounds, including honks (used during head-to-head fights), bleats (signaling submission), and moo-grunts (used between mothers and calves).


Rhinos were once commonly found in Europe, Africa and Asia, and Africa, sadly today there are fewer than 30,000 rhinos in the wild. There are five species of rhino left – two species are found in Africa and three in Southern Asia. Two Greek words, ‘rhino’ meaning nose and ‘ceros’ meaning ...