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Rhinos Fun Facts

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Two species of rhinos live in Africa, while the other three species live in Asia. These five species belong to one taxonomic family. The other two families of rhinos are extinct.
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While rhinos are aptly named thanks to their big horns, the specific species of the white rhinoceros is misnamed because it is actually gray in color.
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The Javan, Sumatran, and black rhinos are all considered endangerd. Thanks largely to poaching, there are believed to be no more than about 100 Sumatran rhinos living in the wild.
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White rhinos are the biggest of the five species, but even the smallest group, the Sumatran rhinos, can weigh up to 1,300 pounds!
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Rhino horns continue to grow throughout the lifespan of a rhino, just like human hair or fingernails.
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Rhinos have very poor eyesight and cannot detect a motionless animal located even 35 yards away.
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Despite their massive size, rhinos are surprisingly fast thanks to their hind legs and can run on their toes when traveling at maximum speed.
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Bulls prefer to be left alone, whereas female rhinos, or "cows," tend to travel in groups of other females and their baby rhinos.