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        StatementHodder Wayland
        PublishersHodder Wayland
        LC ClassificationsJune 14, 2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 80 p. :
        Number of Pages67
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100750234040

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Your … The … Namibia also holds one-third of the world's remaining black rhinos. They may also be used during encounters with other rhinos to demonstrate dominance or make a threat display. Females Najin, 27, and her conspecifics were teachers for the new arrivals from the only known wild white!

This is no thanks to humans — their number one threat - who predominantly hunt them for their high-value horn, despite this being made of keratin; a natural protein available in so many other forms. 0:26:14 0:26:16 He's had enough of us sweet-talking him.these majestic creatures must be protected at all costs and the northern whites capturing grace.

Flight of the Rhino ‹ 2012

This means that it is able to grab and manipulate objects. 0:50:16 0:50:20 Ian Player might have been the first to move rhino in this reserve, 0:50:21 0:50:26 but he's never seen anything like this before.

Some specific effects of war and civil unrest on black rhino populations include the trading of rhino horn for weapons, increased poaching due to increased poverty and low levels of protection for rhino populations as funds are taken away from wildlife departments. 0:47:59 0:48:02 So we're just all standing by here, waiting for that radio call. Once the calf is 3 days old it will begin to follow its mother on her search for food.

Other members of this group include horses and tapirs. For relentless conservation efforts across Africa, the number of black rhinoceros doubles from their historic historical low 20 years ago to between 5,042 and 5,455 today. Helping to secure protected areas and create new ones;• Following a daring plan in South Africa to save rhinos by moving a population to a secret location.

0:01:49 0:01:52 Once famed for its tribal battles, iMfolozi National Park 0:01:57 0:02:02 is now best known for being the oldest reserve in Africa. Females Najin, 27, and her conspecifics were teachers for the new arrivals the! They can inhabit deserts, acacia savannahs, wooded grasslands, and woodlands.

They were once the most common rhino species, but their population has dropped dramatically over time. Each of Black Rhino (Natural World) feet has three toes. 0:12:18 0:12:20 She knows more or less what we're about. Adaptations Though they have not done well against humans, black rhinos have a number of adaptations that help them survive in their natural environment. Kenyan wildlife officials moved five black rhinoceros from Nairobi, the capital, to Swavo East National Park, 250 miles away, in June, in an effort to protect the victims and restore their population.