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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A 58-kilogramme male Indian rhinoceros, also known as Greater One-Horned Rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis), was born on October 13 at 8.
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.
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.
The soul of a rhino; a Nepali adventure with kings and elephant drivers, billionaires, and bureaucrats, shamans and scientists, and the Indian rhinoceros.
BEFORE BARBARO or Dolly the cloned sheep, there was Clara, an Indian rhinoceros who reigned as the biggest celebrity animal in mid-eighteenth-century Europe.
But Shikari - the 14th Indian rhinoceros to be born at Wilhelma Zoo in Stuttgart, Germany - is already fully aware that wanton wanderings are a no-no when your mum is a one-ton parent.
This status recognises that these species are now more vulnerable to global extinction than the tiger and the great Indian rhinoceros, which are both classified as endangered.
Goodyear, maker of the world's first steel-cable belt in 1942, was contacted by zoo veterinarians needing help for the 12-year-old Indian rhinoceros.

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