1) Rhinoceros belong to the category of “Rhinocerotidae” with global presence mostly in the forests of tropical and subtropical regions of Africa and Asia.
2) Rhinoceros are classified in to five sub-species such as white, black, Indian, Javan and Sumatran.
3) White rhinos are widely spread animal with the population of almost 21000 across the globe.
4) Average length of a rhino is 3.5 – 4.7 m whereas average weight lies between 2000-2500 kg.
5) Lifespan of Rhinos may vary from species to species and lies between 40 to 60 years.
6) The female Rhinos can carry one calf at a time and have the gestation period of 14 to 18 months.
7) Rhinos are herbivorous in nature and their diet includes grass, trees and bushes.
8) Rhinos can run at the average speed of 55 km/hr.
9) Rhinos communicate through vocal sounds, scents and various ways of body language.