Where are white rhinos found?

Answer The white rhinoceros, or Ceratotherum simum, is native to the long- and short-grass savannas of Africa, where some 17,500 survive. Of the white rhinos' two subspecies, the Southern white rhino is t... Read More »

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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 »

Are white rhinos endangered?

The subspecies of northern white rhino is on the critically endangered list and might even be extinct in the wild, while the southern white rhino is not on the endangered list, having come back fro... Read More »

How many white rhinos are left?

According to the World Wildlife Fund, 17,480 white rhinos are left in the world. These rhinos are divided into two sub-species. The northern white rhinoceros in the Democratic Republic of Congo is ... Read More »

What color are white rhinos?

Despite its name, the white rhinoceros is a brownish gray color, according to the International Rhino Foundation website. The name “white rhino” comes from English settlers in South Africa misi... Read More »