Rhinos are mostly found in Africa and they are covered by the hot African sun.
There are two kind of Rhinos in Africa – the black Rhino and the white Rhino.
Black rhino have short necks and hooked lips which make browsing branches easier.
White rhinos have big, wide mouths for eating grass.
Black rhinos do more of their feeding and drinking during the cool hours.
All five species of rhinoceros can grow to weigh over 1000 kg (2200 lb).
Rhinos have small brains and bad eye sight.
Rhinos get poached everyday all over the world.
Rhinos have good hearing – they can hear from a far distance away.
Rhinos skin is tough, though they get sunburn easily.
Rhinos roll in mud baths to cool down.
Some of the rhino calves are left orphaned by the poachers and have no mummy rhinos.