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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Following the talk, guests will be taken to the Indian Rhino House to meet and feed Rap, Seto and Sunanda.
It has also put a spotlight on species like the Odisha Olive Ridley Turtle, Indian /Odisha Elephant, the Indian Rhino, the Nilgiri Tahr, the Bengal Tiger, the Blackbuck, Snow and the Lion-Tailed Macaque to name a few," the statement added.
The Indian rhino and black rhino are doing better, but even their populations stand at around 3,500 and 5,000 individuals, respectively.
Eight-year-old Bertus was medicated by vets, then firefighters had to work out how to winch the greater one-horned Indian rhino into a safe position for zoo staff to work.
Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire | UK: Firefighters had to help vets with a tooth operation on two-tonne one-horned Indian rhino Bertus, from Edinburgh Zoo.
Thulie, born in October 2013, is believed to be the first Indian rhino to be born in the Middle East.
The rare Indian rhino and breeding Amur tigers are on show too.
One-horned rhinos have been reintroduced in the national park under the Indian Rhino Vision 2020 project.
Asia's Javan, Sumatran and Indian rhino horns--ideal for grinding into powder form--would be utilised extensively for traditional medicine.
The biggest is a three-tonne Indian rhino, whose menu includes14 large cabbages a week.
Life for the Indian Rhino at the Bewdley park is a lavish one.
The Indian rhino is not the only species threatened today, his African and Sumatran cousins are also no less vulnerable.

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