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RHINOCEROSINDEX2. Description3. Size4. Life Span5. Range6. Habitat7. Behaviour8. Threats
RHINOCEROS1. DESCRIPTION Rhinoceroses are the largest land mammals after the elephant. They are grey and have got one or two horns. There are five species of rhinos, two African and three Asian.
RHINOCEROS2. SIZESize: Rhinos range in height from 1,50 to 1,80 metres.Weight: The five species range in weight from 350 kg tofour tons!
RHINOCEROS3. LIFE SPANRhinos live up to 35 years in the wild.
RHINOCEROS4. RANGERhinos are found in parts of Africa and Asia.
RHINOCEROS5. HABITATRhino habitat ranges from savannas to denseforests in tropical and subtropical regions.
RHINOCEROS6. BEHAVIOURAs solitary creatures, both male and female rhinosestablish territories. Males mark and defend their territories.Rhinos use their horns in battles for territory or females andalso to defend themselves from lions, tigers and hyenas.
RHINOCEROSRhinos are herbivores (plant-eaters) who grazeon grass as they walk. The White Rhinoceros isnocturnal, it is most active at night and duringsunrise and sunset. During the hot African day, itlies in mud or dust.
RHINOCEROS7. THREATSRhinos are one of the most endangered species on Earth.They are endagered because of hunting and the loss ofhabitat. Hunters kill rhinos to sell their horns.