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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The reserve is home to some of the most vulnerable species in the world with elephants, black rhinoceros, African wild dogs and Grevy's zebras sharing the reserve alongside lions and other large predators.
These 'losers' include the tawny eagle and black rhinoceros.
Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo says an eastern black rhinoceros named Kapuki has given birth to a calf.
The Earth Day Network noted that China remains the largest market for body parts and skins of big cats as well as the black rhinoceros.
An adorable, female Eastern black rhinoceros, will be moving to the Midlands in March, shortly followed by a male companion.
The species are: African elephant, African lion, black rhinoceros, white rhinoceros, Jentink's duiker, plains zebra, mountain zebra, hippopotamus, and striped hyena.
In June 2016, a black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis minor) with an M.
Animals that have been made extinct over the years include the dodo, the passenger pigeon, and - as recently as 2011 - the west African black rhinoceros.
Together Billy Jean and Bill discover many species that are dwindling and becoming fewer in number, including Adia, the gorilla, Ben the black rhinoceros, Sasha, the Amur leopard, Krisna, the elephant, Maya, the orangutan, Shiny the tiger, Vandy, the Vaquita and Yan, the Yangtze finless porpoise.
Sponsored by Social Compassion in Legislation and introduced by Senator Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park), the bill affects trophies of African elephants, lions, leopards and giraffes, as well as the black rhinoceros and the white rhinoceros, among other species.
Having grown so much accustomed to the rare black rhinoceros species which one could effortlessly relate to, reality recently hit when it was noticeable that the approachable animal was no more.