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a slideshow about the Rhino

a slideshow about the Rhino

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  • 1. Rhinos By Hisham!!
  • 2. What Is The Rhino A rhino is a mammal that lives in some parts of the world like Asia and Africa. Its full name is the Rhinosaurus . The rhinos scientific name is the Rhinocerotidae .
  • 3. ENVIRONMENT The Rhino lives in the African savannah and a little bit in Asia. The Black Rhino mostly lives in Zimbabwe. Here is an image of where rhinos live in asia. Here is the numbers of how many rhinos in the world
  • 4. THE RHINOS SIZE SHAPE Features The color of the Rhino is grey. The size of the rhino is 8 thousand pounds!! thats more than fifty men all together!! The biggest Rhinos are 13 feet long and 6 feet high. And the smallest Rhinos are 10 feet wide and 5 feet tall.
  • 5. Life The Rhino eats 200 different types of leaves and bark of a tree. The Rhinos predators are the Lion,Hyena,Leopard and mostly the Cheetah.
  • 6. Did You Know? Did you know that the javan Rhino is the rarest Rhino in the world only 60 of them left. Here is a picture of the Javan Rhino.
  • 7. Territories Male Rhinos, called bulls have territories. They mark these areas with piles of dung to warn other bulls to stay away. Sometimes these piles are 3 feet (1 m) high!
  • 8. Hope You Enjoyed It!

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