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Sumatran rhinos are the hairiest of all five rhino species lending to their nickname “hairy rhinos”

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Sumatran are the only species of rhinos to have reddish-brown skin

DD) JAVAN RHINO FACT SHEET.pdf

The gorilla is the world’s largest primate  



The Nile crocodile is the world’s largest reptile   



The African elephant is the world’s largest land animal  



The cheetah is the world’s fastest animal  



The giraffe is the world’s tallest animal  



EEEEEE) WHITE RHINO SOUND.mp3 EEEE) WHITE RHINO INFOGRAPHIC.pdf EE) WHITE RHINO FACT SHEET.pdf RhinoSafari GG) MODULE TWO ACTIVITIES.pdf HH) MODULE TWO FLASHCARDS.pdf More rhinotastic downloads here CC) SUMATRAN RHINO FACT SHEET.pdf

The largest white rhino ever recorded weighed a whopping 10,000 lbs.  That’s roughly the same weight as 20 adult male polar bears!


AA) MODULE TWO FACT SHEET.pdf BB) INDIAN RHINO FACT SHEET.pdf

Asian adventures! You’ve made it all the way to the largest continent in the world by area (about a third of the world’s land is here).  You have three destinations to visit here.  Your first stop is India at the southern tip of ASIA.  Then on to Indonesia first visiting SUMATRA, an island in western Indonesia. and then the UJUNG KULON NATIONAL PARK on the tiny island of Java.



FFFF) BLACK RHINO SOUND.mp3

First stop on your Asian adventure is INDIA the seventh largest country in the world. India is located in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal and is home to the Greater One-Horned rhinos.  Although Greater One-Horned rhinos can be found in Nepal and Bengal, India has the largest population.  Most of India’s rhinos can be found in the KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK



MEET THE WHITE RHINO

The proper name for this strange looking plant is Euphorbia damarana, although it’s also known as the Damara milk-bush.  Click on the picture to find out a fun fact about the plant




SAVING THE SURVIVORS Creating Hope From hurt is an initiative with

Saving The Survivors is a member of the Rhino Alliance and Now Or Never African Wildlife Trust.  For more information about the organisation please contact Laurian Mclaren: laurian@savingthesurvivors.org

FF) BLACK RHINO FACT SHEET.pdf