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A sea rhinoceros is a fictional sea creature featured in an episode of "SpongeBob SquarePants." According to the online SpongeBob encyclopedia, the sea rhinoceros has the body of a large sea turtle with the tail of a shark, the head of a rhinoceros and two spikes on its...

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According to Live Science, rhinoceroses are native to southern and western Africa and are commonly found in Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana, Tanzania and Kenya. Rhinoceroses are less commonly found in Asia on the northeast Indian sub-continent and in Nepal, Borneo, Sumatra ...

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Thanks to their facial horns, bulk and thick skin, adult rhinoceroses have very few predators. These adaptations, which are elements that animals evolve in order to thrive in their habitats, are very important for their survival while living amid the leopards, lions and...

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Rhinoceros run at speeds up to 35 mph. Because they are large animals covered with thick layers of skin, they are only able to run for short periods of time.

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One of the most interesting facts about rhinoceroses is that they are descendants of some of the largest land animals to live on the planet. Prehistoric rhinos, called Indricotherium, stood over 17 feet tall at the shoulder and weighed as much as 66,000 pounds. These la...

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While the habitat a rhinoceros needs varies by species, both black and white rhinos live in the African grasslands and floodplains. Other rhinoceroses live in swamps and rain forests, with the greater one-horned rhino living in India and Nepal while the Javan and Sumatr...

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Rhinoceros beetles live on every continent except for Antarctica. In the United States, they can be found in the South, from Arizona then northeast to Nebraska and eastward.