Facts about the rhinoceros include that the white rhino is the second-largest land animal, with the elephant being the largest. A rhino weighs up to 8,000 pounds and stands up to 6 feet tall. Rhinos live about 35 years i... More »

The white rhinoceros is native to Africa and ranks as the second largest land-dwelling mammal, according to the World Wildlife Federation. As of 2014, only four northern white rhinos exist in the wild in the Democratic R... More »

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Black rhinos are large herbivores found in grasslands, deserts and forests in Africa. They are browsers that feed on twigs, woody shrubs, small trees, legumes and grass, manipulating them with their prehensile upper lips... More »

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The lion, elephant, rhino, leopard and cape buffalo are known as the "Big Five" because of their stature as the five toughest animals to hunt on foot. The list was coined by African hunters because of the animals' feroci... More »

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Black rhinos are large herbivores found in grasslands, deserts and forests in Africa. They are browsers that feed on twigs, woody shrubs, small trees, legumes and grass, manipulating them with their prehensile upper lips... More »

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The white rhinoceros is native to Africa and ranks as the second largest land-dwelling mammal, according to the World Wildlife Federation. As of 2014, only four northern white rhinos exist in the wild in the Democratic R... More »

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One funny animal fact is that some turtles can breathe through their cloacal bursae, or butts, the same place where they urinate, excrete and lay eggs. Another funny fact is that a penguin in Scotland was given the prest... More »

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