Category: Rhino Behavior


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 »


White Rhinos: The Most Social Rhinoceros

Besides mating and raising calves, most rhinos are solitary animals with limited tolerance for others- the exception being the White…View Full Release »


Rhinos + Art: Painting with a Purpose, Using Training As a Conservation Tool

  Last year, as part of our Rhinos + Art celebration, we shared this adorable video of Rosie the Black…View Full Release »


How does a rhino scratch his nose?

A rhino rubbing post, a stump worn down and polished to a smooth finish by years of use by rhinos…View Full Release »


“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 »


15th International Elephant & Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium

15th International Elephant & Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium Singapore Zoo, November 14-18, 2016 Presented by: International Elephant Foundation and…View Full Release »


Don't get too close!

Although many tourists who visit India’s Kaziranga National Park experience the thrill of seeing wild greater one-horned rhinos up close…View Full Release »


Kudos to the Kudu for Squaring Off with a Rhino

It’s what you might call a mismatch – a 500- to 600-pound greater kudu squaring off with a white rhino…View Full Release »


When is it Time for a Rhino to Leave its Nest?

Andatu, the first Sumatran rhino ever born in captivity in Indonesia, turned one year of age on June 22nd.  Weighing…View Full Release »


Just Browsing!

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