Black Rhino BY: JACKSON WILLIAMS
Habitat • They live in grasslands or deserts in Namibia, Coastal east Africa.
Why is the black Rhino endangered • European hunters are responsible for the early decline of the black rhino populations. Their killed for amusement. They are being poached for their horns are very valuable for medical and cultural reasons.
Interesting facts about the black rhino • Weighs up to 1,5 tones and stands about 6 feet tall and 160 cm high
References: • www.world wild life.org botany.uwc.ac.za
What is being done to help the black rhino • Recent conservation is being done to save the black rhinos.
Unique Features • A black rhino eats herbivores and size relative to a 6 ft. man. Both black and white rhino are actually gray. Their not different in color but in lip shape.