What is a herd of rhinos called?

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A group of Rhinos is called a crash or herd. Rhinos are large mammals with either one or two horns that usually feed on leafy material or vegetation. Poachers kill rhinos for their horns; a practice that has made rhinos a critically endangered species.
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A group of rhinos is called either a "crash" or a "herd" of rhinos. Any more
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They do not live in herds, they are solitary animals.
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A baby rhinoceros is called a calf. They are an endangered species without many predators other than humans. They are native to Africa and Asia.
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A crash of Rhino's, or a herd
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A group of Rhinoceruses is called a crash.
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