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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Reality struck that thousands of tourists who enjoyed the warmth and camaraderie exuded by the black rhino which exhibited rare humane attributes was no more.
Black Rhino Kisima stands with her threeweek-old unnamed calf in their enclosure Picture: GARETH FULLER
Double rhino joy - Hazina and Ike born in the space of a week BIRTHS of not one but TWO incredibly rare Eastern black rhino calves gave a huge boost to global numbers of the critically endangered species.
Namibia has one of the largest black rhino populations in the world but is under threat from the lucrative market in rhino horn.
ZOO has welcomed a new Eastern black rhino, in the hope it will lead to the creation of a breeding herd.
The critically endangered black rhino has returned to the wilds of Rwanda with the help of Etihad Cargo and animal transport specialist Intradco Global.
Tom Lamb, Intradco project manager, who accompanied the animals on both flights and travelled with the team for the five-hour drive to Akegara National Park where they were successfully released said it was "a brilliant achievement" to return the extremely rare eastern black rhino to Rwanda after a 10-year absence.
While it's too late to do anything about the lost Tasmanian tiger, the knowledge that the research team gathered could potentially help other researchers to understand other species that went extinct quite recently, such as the West African Black Rhino.
DHL has delivered a three-year-old black rhino named Eliska from its birthplace in the Czech Republic to its natural homeland in Tanzania, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 1, 2016-DHL Boeing 757-200 freighter delivers black rhino to Africa
Its disappearance is linked to pollution, poaching and habitat black rhino was declared extinct in west Africa in 2011, with mankind the sole reason behind their disappearance due to severe poaching for their ivory horn.
NAyROBy (CyHAN)- Kenya and Tanzanian security team have embarked in a joint operation to track down killers of a black rhino in the world's famous Maasai Mara.