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Body

Habitat

Food

Life Cycle

Fun Facts

Body

Rhinoceroses are mammals.
They weigh up
to 5,000 pounds
(2,270 kilograms).
Rhinos have one or two
horns on their noses.
Their skin is thick and gray.

Habitat

Rhinos live in grasslands
and forests.
White rhinos
and black rhinos live
on the African savanna.
Indian rhinos live in Asia.

Food

Rhinos eat for half the day.
Some rhinos eat grass.
Other rhinos eat leaves.
Each day, a rhino
eats 30 to 60 pounds
(14 to 27 kilograms).

Life Cycle

A female rhino gives birth
every two to three years.
A baby rhino
is called a calf.
Older calves are
chased away when
a new calf is born.

Fun Facts

  • Rhino horns are made
    of the same thing
    as fingernails.
  • Poachers kill rhinos
    for their horns.
  • Rhinos are endangered
    animals.

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