The Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis), also called the greater one-horned
rhinoceros and great Indian rhinoceros, is a rhinoceros native to the Indian ...
The Indian rhinoceros lives primarily in northern India and Nepal. These massive
beasts have some noticeable physical differences from their African relatives.
The Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) is the largest of the three Asian
rhino species, and has a single horn which can grow to approximately 60 ...
Currently, the Indian rhinoceros exists in a few small subpopulations in the Nepal
and India (West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Assam) (Foose and van Strien 1997; ...
The Indian rhinoceros (also known as the great one-horned rhinoceros and the
Asian one-horned rhinoceros) is a small species of rhinoceros native to parts of ...
Indian Rhino Vision 2020 is an effort to attain a wild population of at least 3000
greater one-horned rhinos in the Indian state of Assam by the year 2020.
Jun 24, 2016 ... The greater one-horned rhinoceros has only one horn, unlike rhinos in Africa
who all have two horns. Learn more Indian rhino facts at Animal ...
The largest of the Asian rhinos, the Indian rhinoceros can be easily identified by
the rivet-like bumps on its deeply folded skin. It lives on floodplains and in ...
The other differential feature is the neck fold: in the great Indian rhinoceros it
does not continue across the back. The skin is usually brownish, with the interior
Scientific Name: Rhinoceros unicornis. Estimated Population: About 2500.
Habitat and Distribution The preferred habitat of an Indian Rhinoceros is alluvial