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Hey kids.  I'm Kifaru (Ki-fa-ru) and I'm a black rhino from South Africa. (that's a country in Southern Africa).  In Swahili (that's an African language) my name actually means rhinoceros!

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Aaa) Paraceratherium Video.mp4 PARACERATHERIUM INFOGRAPHIC.pdf

You’ve arrived splat bang in the middle of the OLIGOCENE EPOCH! Australia separated from Antarctica.  The first grasses across the plains of north and south America started to appear making way for the evolution of horses and deer.    



MODULE ONE POWERPOINT.pdf Rhino Skin.jpg Rhhino horn.jpg

When we see a group of hoofed animals together we call them a herd but a much better name for a group of rhinos is a crash!


MODULE ONE - INTRO TO RHINOS.pdf MODULE ONE ACTIVITIES.pdf MODULE ONE FLASH CARDS.pdf Rhino Safari

Roving rhinos!  You’re journey in the prehistoric post is over and the rhino rocket is now boarding ready to blast you back to 2017!  Don’t forget to check out the rhinotastic PowerPoint presentation for your chance to meet a few more prehistoric rhinos!


RHINO CHARACTERISTICS

Wild rhinos are only found on two continents.  Click on the picture to find out which two continents are home to wild rhinos.


A rhinos footprint has a radius of between 30 and 50cm!


AGO

Tremendous time travelling!  You’ve just hot footed through history and have been whisked back in time by over 40 million years!  You have arrived at a period of time known as the EOCENE EPOCH, 10 million years after the DINOSAURS became extinct and 27 million years before the first early ancestors of modern day humans!



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