Just the Facts

Orme, Helen
January 2007
Rhinos in Danger;2007, p24
The article provides factual information about the habitat, distribution, anatomy and conservation of rhinoceros. Information on the habitat of African, Indian, Sumatran and Javan rhinos is provided. White rhinos are the biggest of all the rhinos and they are the largest mammals that live on land, after the elephant. Both male and female rhinos have horns. Information on rhino calves is presented. The conservation programs for rhinos are discussed.


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