BLACK AND WHITE RHINOCEROS are actually the same color—a dirty gray. The largest rhinoceros species is the white rhinoceros. It grows to 12 to 13 ft long and up to 6 ft from hoof to shoulder, and weighs around 5,000 lbs. Rhinoceros horns are made of keratin, tend to grow with a curve back towards the head, and if the horn breaks off it will eventually grow back. A group of rhinoceros is called a crash. Pictured here are a black (left) and white (right) rhinoceros.
POPULATION STATUS CRITICALLY ENDANGERED: With so few black rhinoceros left in Africa they are now living under armed guard protection. They are permitted to forage for their food during the day accompanied by guards with rifles and then at night they are locked up under armed guard. Because the rhinoceros's horn is of most value to poachers, some conservation officials will tranquilize them and saw off their horns so there will be no cause to kill them. Don't worry, the horns grow back, just like human hair and nails.
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