Rhinoceroses For Kids Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers

Rhinoceroses For Kids Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers
Table of Contents
About Rhinoceroses
Behavior and Vocalization
Threats to Rhinoceros
White Rhinoceros
Black Rhinoceros
Indian Rhinoceros
Javan Rhinoceros
Sumatran Rhinoceros
Interesting facts about the Rhinoceros
Rhinoceros in different cultures
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Rhinoceroses are one of the major attractions among all large land mammals in any zoo or a wildlife enclosure. This could be due to their heavily built body structure and horns that are unlike any other land mammal. Two species of Rhino live in Africa and three Rhino species live in Asia. The Asian rhinoceroses are quite smaller than their African counterparts.
These creatures, with their prehistoric looks, prefer the solitary life, which means they like to live by themselves. Sometimes you might see Rhinos charging trees or termite mounds. It is not because they are crazy, but more likely because of their weak eyesight. Surprising, isn’t it? No wonder they rely on their sense of hearing, smell and of course their little friend, Oxpecker, who takes a free ride on them and alerts the Rhinos when they are danger, by sounding a special alarm.

Join us, as we explore the world of Rhinos including; their habitat, species, behavior, characteristics and some other interesting facts, while answering the most important question – Why are they faced with the risk of being critically endangered and who is really behind all of this? Are you curious? Then read on to find out. The answer might just surprise you. Read more…

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