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Rhinoceroses are horned herbivorous mammals of the family Rhinoceroteridae. There are only 5 species in this family, grouped into 4 genera. Of these, 3 rhinoceros species live in Asia, the other 2 live in sub-Saharan Africa.
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www.savetherhino.org/rhino_info/for_kids/everything_rhino

Factsheets and activities about the five rhino species.

www.livescience.com/27439-rhinos.html

Mar 23, 2016 ... Rhinos can have one horn or two, and and they live in parts of Africa and Asia where many species are endangered.

www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/rhinoceros.html

Interesting Information about Rhino Fun Rhino Facts for Kids. Check out our range of fun rhinoceros facts for kids. Learn about the different species of rhinoceros ...

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May 15, 2013 ... With out further ado, I give you 12 interesting rhino facts for your reading pleasure . 1) A Rhino's horn's structure resembles a horse's hooves.

www.discoverwildlife.com/animals/mammals/facts-about-rhinos

Sep 22, 2014 ... Discover 11 fascinating facts about rhinos. ... Two Greek words, rhino meaning nose and ceros meaning horn combine to create the word ...

www.care2.com/greenliving/9-amazing-facts-about-rhinos.html

Sep 21, 2016 ... Here are 9 amazing facts about rhinos, the 5 biggest threats they face, and three ways you can help prevent their extinction.

www.thedodo.com/9-awesome-facts-about-rhinos-t-537166192.html

May 5, 2014 ... Over a 100-meter sprint, humans max out at about 23 mph. Rhinos, on the other hand, have been clocked at about 28 mph and only run on ...

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Black rhinoceroses have a sort of attack-first-and-ask-questions-later attitude. When a rhino catches the scent of a human or anything else unfamiliar, it is likely  ...

www.natgeokids.com/za/discover/animals/general-animals/rhinoceros-facts

Rhino facts for kids: learn all about the five species of rhinoceros, with rhino facts about behaviour, size, diet, threats and defence mechanisms...