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Black Rhino

The smaller of the two rhino species living in Africa, black rhinos are distinguished from white rhinos by their hooked upper lip that acts as a finger to gather food. Contrary to their name, black rhinos are actually gray in color. These two-horned pachyderms are not aggressive by nature, but can charge up to 40 mph if provoked. Weighing up to 3,000 lbs, black rhinos are much too large to be attacked by predators, but they’re no match for human poaching.

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