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The Indian rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis), also called the greater one-horned rhinoceros and great Indian rhinoceros, is a rhinoceros native to the Indian ...
The biggest threat to the greater one-horned rhino, also known as the Indian rhino, is poaching driven by the increase in demand for rhino horn. Support WWF's ...
Greater one-horned rhino numbers have recovered from fewer than 200 earlier in the 20th century to as many as 3,600 today, thanks to strict protection from ...
Greater one-horned rhinos are adapted to living close to bodies of water, in the floodplains and forests of India and Nepal. Don't be deceived by the armour ...
As their Latin name Rhinoceros unicornis suggests, Indian rhinos have only one horn. Behavior and Diet. Like other rhinos, these animals have sharp hearing ...
The greater one-horned rhino is a conservation success, with numbers increasing significantly since 1975. Back then there were only 600 rhinos left in the wild.
Range Description: Historically, the Indian rhinoceros once existed across the entire northern part of the Indian subcontinent, along the Indus, Ganges and ...
Head - Eastern Himalaya & Terai
While a fully grown male rhino weighs around 2000 – 2500kg, a female weighs around 1600kg. Also referred to the Great One-Horned Rhino, the Indian rhino ...
Jun 24, 2016 ... Also known as the Indian rhinoceros, greater one-horned rhinos inhabit northern India and Nepal. Its single horn distinguishes it from its African ...
Apr 9, 2017 ... A rare one-horned rhinoceros has been killed by poachers at a national park in Nepal.
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