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Wenanami loves rhino... In Africa some of our fellow game rangers have removed the rhino horns to protect these beautiful animals from poachers

Wenanami loves rhino... In Africa some of our fellow game rangers have removed the rhino horns to protect these beautiful animals from poachers

Don’t let the name fool you, rhinos are grey in color, not black or white as their names suggest. Both species are found in sub-Saharan Africa and look similar to one another, but the major difference is the shape of their mouths. Black rhinos developed a pointed lip which they use to pick fruit from branches and select leaves from twigs; white rhinos have a flat, wide lip to graze on grasses.

Don’t let the name fool you, rhinos are grey in color, not black or white as their names suggest. Both species are found in sub-Saharan Africa and look similar to one another, but the major difference is the shape of their mouths. Black rhinos developed a pointed lip which they use to pick fruit from branches and select leaves from twigs; white rhinos have a flat, wide lip to graze on grasses.

Black rhino, Ngorongoro Crater

Black rhino, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Crater Highlands, Tanzania, a UNESCO World Heritage Site by Exodus Travels - Reset your compass

Image courtesy of "I love rhinos" Facebook group.

Image courtesy of "I love rhinos" Facebook group.

Keep Calm and Love Rhinos (Rhino) 8 x 10 Print Buy 2 Get 1 FREE Keep Calm Art Keep Calm Poster Keep Calm Print. $8.99, via Etsy.

Keep Calm and Love Rhinos (Rhino) 8 x 10 Print Buy 2 Get 1 FREE Keep Calm Art Keep Calm Poster Keep Calm Print. $8.99, via Etsy.

Geometric Rhino Head Stencil on Plywood. Handmade. Stencil Art. Faux Taxidermy. Geometric. Red. Origami. Original Art

Geometric Rhino Head Stencil on Plywood. Handmade. Stencil Art. Faux Taxidermy. Geometric. Red. Origami. Original Art