Category: Greater One-Horned Rhino

03.15.2019

How Much Do Rhinos Sleep?

ZZZzzzzzzz…..Whether it’s slumbering, dozing, napping, snoozing or taking a siesta – sleep is essential for all creatures in the animal…View Full Release »

02.20.2019

The Rhiny Awards: Can You Guess the Winners?

    Welcome to the First Annual Rhiny Awards! With award season in full-swing we thought there are a few…View Full Release »

01.25.2019

#OppositeDay – Grazers versus Browsers

Rhinos are broadly split into two categories – grazers and browsers – based upon their style of feeding and the…View Full Release »

05.10.2018

The Spider Flower and Greater One-Horned Rhinos

The spider flower (Cleome sp.), originally from the tropics of South America, is a popular landscape plant in Europe and…View Full Release »

04.27.2018

What do Greater One-horned rhinos fight with? Not what you think.

Indian or greater one-horned rhinos use their long lower canine teeth, not their horns, in aggressive or defensive encounters. They are…View Full Release »

04.17.2018

“R” is for Rhinos: Home Range

“R” is for Rhino … and also for Home Range. Whether a rhino lives on the African Serengeti, in the…View Full Release »

04.11.2018

25 Things You Might Not Know About Rhinos

The word rhinoceros is a combination of two Greek words – rhino (nose) and ceros (horn). There are five living…View Full Release »

12.19.2017

Indian rhinos are on the move — and you can help!

At the beginning of the 20th century, the population of Greater one-horned, or Indian, rhinos had dropped to fewer than…View Full Release »

12.27.2016

A Few of our Favorite Things

© Gaschwald | Dreamstime.com For all of us, there is no greater joy than watching a rhino calf romp and…View Full Release »

12.13.2016

An Incredible Comeback Story

The story of the Greater One-horned, or Indian rhino, is an incredible one. Down to fewer than 200 animals at…View Full Release »