1. Size

White rhi­nos are heav­ier than a car

World of Animals - - Inside Nature’s Tanks -

The white rhi­noc­eros is the largest species, stand­ing up to 1.8 me­tres (5.9 feet) tall at the shoul­der and weigh­ing in at up to 2,700 kilo­grams (5,952.5 pounds) – twice the weight of a small car. Black rhi­nos are less hefty, but the av­er­age male still tips the scales at an im­pres­sive 1,400 kilo­grams (3,086.5 pounds).

While usu­ally placid, rhi­nos have been known to charge into an SUV full of tourists

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