black rhinoceros

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: rhinoceros - African rhinoblack rhinoceros - African rhino; in danger of extinction
rhino, rhinoceros - massive powerful herbivorous odd-toed ungulate of southeast Asia and Africa having very thick skin and one or two horns on the snout
Diceros, genus Diceros - most common species in Africa
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Manyara the black rhino settles in at Folly <B Farm's new Kifaru Reserve
A baby black rhino has been born for the first time in which British wild animal park's 40-year history?
Both the countries signed the agreement along with the Black Rhino Group.
HELLO LADIES: Kifaru, a | |29-year-old Eastern black rhino, came to Chester Zoo last year as part of a breeding programme
These Autumn arrivals will be the first inhabitants of the new Selous Black Rhino Reserve, complete with a new rhino house and viewing platform, just next to the Wallabies.
Mimi Alemayehou, chair of Blackstone African Infrastructure and managing director at Black Rhino, said, 'Emir Sanusi has a comprehensive mastery of the interdependence of Africa with the global economy.
Signature Products Group (SPG) announces the acquisition of the Black Rhino brand of hand tools.
org) Jeff Flocken responds to the killing of a black rhino in Namibia by the winner of the 2014 Dallas Safari Club auction.
The black rhino is now critically endangered, with fewer than 5,000 left in the wild.
A MARAUDING elephant flips a black rhino on to its back in a violent battle between the African giants.
9 years there will be no black rhino left in Africa.
If the Dallas Safari Club auction for the opportunity to kill a critically endangered black rhino in Namibia proved anything, it is that trophy-seekers will pay an exorbitant amount of money for bragging rights and a head to hang on the wall, instead of using that wealth to preserve and protect wildlife.