Rhinos facts

Rhinos facts

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  • Rhinos once roamed many places throughout Eurasia and Africa. They were widespread across Africa's savannas and Asia's tropical forests.
  • We are a big family <3
  • "Save the rhinos" estimates that there were 500,000 rhinos across Africa and Asia at the beginning of the 20th century. Today, there are 29,000 rhinos in the wild.
  • They came and kill our kind then took our horns
  • The Rhino Protection Units (RPUs) are created to protect Rhinos. These brave and committed individuals leave their families behind and sometimes put their lives on the line to protect rhinos.
  • Some of them try to kill us, some are protecting us from day to night.
  • Rhino horn has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Used to a variety of ailments from fevers to convulsions and epilepsy.
  • Rhino horns were also carved into highly prized libation cups and chalices which were reputed to have the ability to detect poison. And many ever-shifting peaks in demand for rhino horn from various countries.
  • Rhinos' job to the ecosystem is to carve out paths for other creatures (eating), make water holes (digging), and to help germinate plants (defecating), create grazable area.
  • Rhinos eat an average of 23.6 kg during the course of each day. The dung piles they share can be 5 metres wide and 1 metre deep.
  • With out rhinos the savanna will suffers without grazable area, leading to less herbivores to less predators. Leaving the other species in danger.
  • Please help us today !!!
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