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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Today the creatures -- also known as the Indian rhinoceros and the greater one-horned rhinoceros -- are listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List that assesses species' threat of extinction.
In what obvious way does the Indian Rhinoceros differ from the Black Rhinoceros?
The first identification of the parathyroid glands was made by Sir Richar Owen in 1850 in the Indian rhinoceros [4].
Bengal tigers Indian rhinoceros clouded leopards and bears are some animals found in the forests towards the south of the country.
A 58-kilogramme male Indian rhinoceros, also known as Greater One-Horned Rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis), was born on October 13 at 8.41pm at the non-commercial zoo in Sharjah.
Thousands of tigers and greater one-horned rhinos, also known as the Indian rhinoceros, once roamed Nepal and northern India but their numbers plunged over the last century due to poaching and human encroachment on their habitat.
WRS is particularly interested in learning to breed the Indian rhinoceros and participate in conservation programmes for the critically endangered Asian lions.
THE pair of Indian Rhinoceros at West Midland Safari Park enjoy nothing better than immersing themselves in the warm waters of their indoor heated plunge pool.
There, students and tribal leaders have found ways to support people's livelihoods while protecting habitat for endangered species such as the Indian rhinoceros.
The long subtitle "A Nepali Adventure with Kings and Elephant Drivers, Billionaires and Bureaucrats, Shamans and Scientists, and the Indian Rhinoceros" is as apt as the poignant title of this book, which camouflages the ultimate fate of the animal in the jungles of Nepal.
The soul of a rhino; a Nepali adventure with kings and elephant drivers, billionaires, and bureaucrats, shamans and scientists, and the Indian rhinoceros.

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