Black Rhinoceros are endangered in the following countries: Sub-Saharan Africa Eastern Africa Zimbabwe South Africa Kenya Namibia Tanzania
Nutritionally, it's possible. They're not poisonous.But it'd be a hugely immoral thing to do due to their endangered status.And virtually impossible to do it in a legal manner since they are all protected species.AnswerNo, of course not. They are an endangered species, some species such as the Black...
No. They are herbivores, which means that they only eat plants. They will however kill you if they are trying to protect young or defend themselves.
The World Wildlife Fund saved this species as well as others.
Same way as nearly all other mammals - it departs the mother through a birthing canal, and out of the vagina. It's all done one a rather larger scale than humans, though!
They are herbivores, grasses, light branches and leaves, shoots, thorny wood bushes and fruit
It is a Critically endangered species, and there are about 3,600 wild Black Rhinos left in Africa.
Leave it to rot usually. It's nowhere near as valuable as the horn, and a lot more difficult to carry around, treat and store.
The scientific name for the Black rhinoceros is Diceros Bicornis.
well like all other animals you have to stop hurting their habitat so like don't use alot of paper and reycelce and get involved in programs to help any species!
Paint them the same color as other rhinos.
The rhino is a herbivore they graze.
Tthe black rhino is one of, if not the most endangered mammal on the planet.
according to the books ive read, about 4 or 3 feet tall.
it is not extinct it is severely endangered it lives in africa
Yes, it does live in the savannas.
Leafy plants, branches, shoots, thorny wood bushes, and fruit. They are plant eaters. And dont like to eat meat or other small amimals.
A black rhino has two horns. The longest is in the front, and is usually about 20 inches long. However, and exceptionally large front horn may reach 55 inches.
Consumers are plants/animals that cannot make their own food. Conversely, producers are organisms that can (usually plants, in the process of photosynthesis. Since a black rhino cannot make its own food, it is considered a consumer.
Because of people shoot them for the iron in their horns
Africa or Asia in the wild, and any big reputable zoo might have one or two.
They are becoming extinct. This is because of poaching.Greedy Poachers kill the Black Rhino for their horns.Their horns are made of ivory, which now sells for around $200 - $350 per kilo.IT'S TERRIBLE!
balls taste good to rhinos
The black rhino lives in sub arabian desert regons. They live near the nugusi desert bushflower as it is there main source of nutrition. this flower is rare and only grows in south-easten africa, particlarily in kenya.
Weight: 1,750 - 3,000 lbs (800 - 1,350 kg)Height: 4.5 - 5.5 ft (1.4 - 1.7 m) tall at shoulderLength: 10- 12.5 ft (3.0-3.8m) length of head and body
As of the latest statistics in 2010, there are over 18,000 white rhinos found in South Africa. In addition, there are slightly over 22,000 black rhinos.
No a Black Rhinoceros (diceros bicornis) is not a prey. Black Rhinoceros are vegetarian eating, leaves, buts, shoots of plants, bushes, trees and grasses. Black Rhinoceros predators is man.
Central and southern Africa
The black rhino is native to the eastern and central areas of Africa including Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Angola.
in the lower parts of Africa
I think it is the grasslands.
When a species is said to be endangered, it means that the species may die out and become extinct. They are in danger of extinction.
it became endangerd at 1956
Black Rhinoceros is known as Hook-lipped Rhinoceros and scientific name is Diceros bicornis.
Well personally i think you should get a black morphsuit, and if you can fin one a rino head.
It has no real predators but you could call the humans a predator
Because there aren't many more left in the world and there are only a few so that's why they are endangered x
because they were hunted for their tusks
the major problem are poachers
They are herbivores eating plants, branches, shoots, thorny bushes and fruits
people used there horns for medicine and house decorations :(
The black rhinoceros is vertibrate because it does not lay eggs they give births to young ones.
The black rhino is highly endangered, but not extinct.
black rhinoceros do not live in deciduous forest
Because God made it have horns...
Much the same way a white rhino mates. Only black rhinos move their hips more and listen to Barry white and juvenile when they mate.
The horn is very valuable in some places. People kill Black rhinoceros for the horn.
Some black rhinos live in africa, some got removed and placed in other places
It doesn't. Rhinoceroses are herbivores.
Poaching has decimated the species. They are strictly protected now.
november 2011. people want their horns
black rhinos sleep on the grond
Yes, black rhinocerouses are mammals, specifically ungulants.
Africa (south Africa) a zoo or in west Africa A rhinoceros lives in Africa There are also several Asian species. The Javan, Indian, and Sumatran.
A rhinoceros has the same kinds of senses that we have, sight, hearing, taste, smell, touch. Their sense of sight is not nearly as good as our is, however, and like most animals they depend more on their sense of smell.
For their skin,horns and any other valuable parts.
The Black Rhino, as well as the White, have thick hides that are very hard to penetrate with tooth or claw. Even the thick horn on their heads has a hard time piercing their hide. The horn also acts as a weapon when defending themselves, both from predators and from other rhino. They also...
The black rhino is endangered.
They are 4years old when they start to have it.
Yes, any large wild animal is dangerous if you go into its territory.
by charging and hitting with the horn
the population of rhino is 3000.
Because of loss of habitat and illegal poaching are the main reasons
As herbivorous browsers, they eat most of the time they are awake.
The Black Rhino eats, drinks, mates, gives birth, fights etc...
They do not live in herds, they are solitary animals
the black and white rhino live in Africa
52 to 57 inches at the shoulder
Black Rhinos F.C. was created in 1984.
Eastern and Central Africa. Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Namibia, Angola, Zimbabwe and South Africa
Most conceptions occur during the rainy season so that babies are born in the dry season. This enables those babies to be nourished by mother's milk throughout the difficult dry season when water and food are hard to find. Males reach sexual maturity around 7 to 10 years of age. Females reach sexual...
yes the black rhino is endangered
Poaching and loss of habitat are the main endangerment the rhino and many other animals face.
Humans are the most common predator of the rhinoceros (rhino). However, other predators of the rhino include crocodiles and tigers.
The main part of a rhino is it's horn
The Black Rhino does not have any predators.
Black rhinos aren't any more black than the white rhino is white. In color, they're both basically the same shade of muddy gray. The bigger of the two lives on grasslands and is more easily spotted, and was originally(among european descendants) called the wide rhino, with reference...
A black rhino usually eats plants in the night and early mornings. They can eat over 200 plants in 50 different families.
INTRODUCTION The rhinoceros or rhino is one of the world's most magnificent creatures with its almost Prehistoric appearance. Sadly the five species of rhino are also among the group of animals most threatened with extinction (endangered). Three of these rhino species are found in...