Are rhinos dangerous?

Answer The rhinoceros is a dangerous animal under the right circumstances. Its great size and surprising speed combined with poor eyesight and a propensity for being startled easily make it a formidable c... Read More »

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How many babies do rhinos have?

Rhinos have only one baby at birth. The species determines the birth weight from 88 to 140 lbs. Five types of rhinos include the black, white, Indian, Javan and Sumatran.References:San Diego Zoo: ... Read More »

Can rhinos jump?

Despite being 12 1/2 feet long and weighing about 4,400 pounds, the rhinoceros can jump, change direction and charge quickly. Rhinos have been known to charge at speeds up to 30 miles per hour.Refe... Read More »

Where are rhinos found?

Black rhinos and white rhinos roam the floodplains and grasslands of eastern and southern Africa. Indian rhinos live in the rain forests and swamps of northern India and southern Nepal. Javan rhino... Read More »

How heavy can rhinos get?

The heaviest of the rhinoceros species is the African white rhino, which can attain an average weight of 5,000 lbs., according to the San Diego Zoo. The Animal Corner reports that the record weight... Read More »