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The Indian Rhinoceros’s Secret


The Indian Rhinoceros

The Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis), also called the greater one-horned rhinoceros and great Indian rhinoceros, is Rhinoceros native to the Indian subcontinent. It is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List, as populations are fragmented and restricted to less than 20,000 km2 (7,700 sq mi). Moreover, the extent and quality of the rhino’s most important habitat, alluvial grassland and riverine forest, is considered to decline due to human and livestock encroachment.

The Indian Rhinoceros’s Secret - top 5 fact about Rhinoceros

The Indian Rhinoceros

Top 5 Fact About Indian Rhinoceros

  1. Rhinoceros don’t have sharp eyes. They are short sighted which means they can’t see far.

  2. They have sensitive ears and a keen sense of smell with them they watch out for enemies.

  3. Adult Rhinoceros are very strong. Not even a Tiger would dare to attack on this powerful animal.

  4. Wait of a male Rhinoceros is around 2.2 tones and that of a female Rhinoceros is around 1.6 tones
  5. Some of the seeds germinate after passing through the gut of a Rhinoceros.

You know you can spot Rhinoceros in Dudhwa National Park. There are about 25 Rhinoceros found.

One Comment

  1. fredericksen

    hm… sorry to be a lttle bit dull but i think your blog could look a little better plus a bit more easy on the eyes if it got more of a green vibe to it, but that’s just me. wonderful article anyhow! 🙂 Best regards!


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