Category: Rhino Biology
White rhinos aren’t white and black rhinos aren’t black. All rhinos are essentially grayish-brown, but often take on the color…View Full Release »
Rhinos have seven vertebrae in their necks, the same number as all other mammals, from bats to giraffes.
Rhinos are entirely vegetarian and their diets include some plants that contain potentially toxic chemicals. The candelabra euphorbia, for example,…View Full Release »
Except for the Sumatran rhino, which may have hair covering much of its body, the four other rhino species are…View Full Release »
Rhinos are known for their keen sense of smell and hearing, but they apparently have poor vision. The white and…View Full Release »
Black Rhino (Diceros bicornis), Pittsburgh Zoo It might seem strange, but the first members of the rhino family to appear on…View Full Release »
Andatu, the first Sumatran rhino ever born in captivity in Indonesia, turned one year of age on June 22nd. Weighing…View Full Release »