The Black Rhino isn't black, and the White Rhino isn't white... they are both
If a Rhino gets into a fight with an elephant, he would lose the battle.
In the early days, people believed the Rhinos didn't have any bones and they slept
by leaning against a tree.
The name Rhinoceros comes from the Greek words rino which means nose and ceros,
or horn. Stick the two words together and you get the scientific name Rhinoceros!
- One of the ways WWF uses to protect the Rhino is by sawing off their horns. Until it grows again, they need not fear poachers as they are not interested in the Rhino, only its horn.