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Greater One-horned Rhino (Rhinocerous unicornis)

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In the wild these Rhino's can be found in Indian and Nepal in grassland and woodland. They heat fruit, vegetables, leaves , grass and hay. They live between 30-45 years in the wild. They are a critically endangered species. There thick skin gives then excellent protection in the wild. Their eyesight is poor but their sense of smell excellent. However despite this they have still been hunted close to extinction.

Picture taken at Whipsnade Zoo July 2008.

8th Aug 2008 by Diane Earl


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