Indian rhinoceros

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Noun1.Indian rhinoceros - having one hornIndian rhinoceros - having one horn      
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
genus Rhinoceros - type genus of the Rhinocerotidae
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Nepal's Chitwan national park, 160km east of Kathmandu, is known for its successful anti-poaching patrols, which have led to an increase in the population of the greater one-horned rhino (bucking the declining trend of other rhino species around the world).
Chester Zoo has been successful in breeding a number of critically endangered black rhinos - with five calves born in the last seven years - as well as greater one-horned rhino, Komala.
Greater one-horned rhino Beni was given a helping hand after he became stuck: visitors were temporarily moved away so he could be kept calm and quiet as keepers used bales of hay to gently help him back.
Summary: A two-month old, greater one-horned rhino has made her debut at San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
The baby greater one-horned rhino is one of the newest arrivals at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire.
Greater one-horned rhino Asha has welcomed her first calf into the world.
It is not known what sparked the attack but Asian rhinos, or greater one-horned rhinos, can be aggressive when startled.

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