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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Do rhinos eat meat?

All species of rhinos are vegetarians and they do not eat meat, with these herbivores possessing a diet consisting of such things as leaves and grasses. The five species of rhinos live in different... Read More »

Are rhinos herbivores?

Yes, rhinos are herbivores. The black rhino has a prehensile lip and can eat various vegetation such as leaves, shrubs and, sometimes, fruit. The white rhino grazes and primarily eats grasses.Refer... Read More »

How fast do rhinos run?

Despite it's massive weight (the average full-grown rhino can weigh anywhere from 2,000 to 6,000 lbs.), a rhinoceros can sprint as fast at 28 mph. The largest species of rhinoceros is the White Rhi... Read More »

Are rhinos extinct?

Rhinos are not extinct, although all five species of rhinos are considered to be at risk. The Sumatran rhino, black rhino and Javan rhino are considered to be at critical risk, according to the San... Read More »