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White rhinoceros at Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya - double horns

The White Rhino is the world's second largest mammal - the Elephant being the largest.

White Rhinoceros is corruption of the Afrikaans word 'Weit' meaning 'wide' and refers to the shape of the mouth, this being the most obvious difference between the two African species. Far bigger and heavier than the Black Rhino the head is large, square-shaped and carries two horns. The ears are larger and oval in shape, the eyes are small and the eyesight is rather poor. The huge body is covered with thick hide of pale grey skin. The tail is short, terminating with stiff hairs.
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