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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 distinguis... More »

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The northern white rhinoceros is considered critically endangered and is nearly extinct in the wild. As of 2014, there are only four left. Poaching drastically reduced its numbers during the 20th century. The southern wh... More »

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White rhinos live in flat, open woodland with nearby grassland and thick brush in sub-Saharan African parks and other dedicated, protected areas. Their range is a small fraction of what it once was, both due to habitat d... More »

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The typical gorilla diet includes bark, bamboo shoots, leaves, fruit, flowers, roots and stems, while the western lowland gorilla also eats ants, termites and larvae. The gorilla's diet changes based on location and the ... More »

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Rainforest animals eat a wide and varied diet, including fruit, leaves, insects, nuts, seeds, bark, grasses and other animals. The rainforest is estimated to contain approximately half the world's animal species. Some of... More »

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Chimpanzees are highly intelligent mammals that can learn how to use tools, such as twigs, leaves and blades of grass to extract food and water. They also construct nests made of leaves and branches on tops of trees to a... More »

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Gorillas are large herbivorous primates that feed on leaves and stems of plants without clearing the entire site of vegetation. This allows for renewal and regrowth of plant species. Gorillas are mostly active during the... More »

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