Small rhinoceros Warren in their walks with the dogs picked up some of their characteristics. For example, run when it is invoked.
Wildlife Refuge Care for Wild Africa in Mpumalanga, South Africa is home to a small rhinoceros Warren. Sweet rhinoceros most of his time with the dogs while he learned a few things from them.
Warren learned his name and if it prompts the guardian, he comes running back to her.
Watch the video below with this gorgeous rhino named Warren!
Something more about rhinos:
The great one of the Africa’s Big Five the one and only part of the dangerous family of the white rhinos and black rhinos are found in small pockets of eastern and southern Africa; greater one-horned rhinos are found in northern India and southern Nepal; Sumatran rhinos and Javan rhinos are found in small areas of Vietnam,Malaysia, and Indonesia.
Habitat: open grasslands and floodplains for black rhinos and white rhinos; swamps and rain forests for greater one-horned rhinos, Javan rhinos, and Sumatran rhinos.
Rhinoceroses get their name from their most famous feature: their horns. The word rhinoceros comes from the Greek rhino (nose) and ceros (horn). For ages, rhino horn has been used to treat illnesses, especially fevers. Yet like our fingernails and hair, rhino horn is made of keratin and has no healing properties. In some countries, rhinos are being dehorned, a process that removes the valuable horn but leaves the animal alive and well. This prevents poachers from killing rhinos for the money their horns would bring.
The five types of rhinos are the Sumatran, Javan, black, white, and greater one-horned. Javan rhinos and greater one-horned rhinos have only one horn. While Sumatran rhinos, black rhinos, and white rhinos have two. What they all have in common are large heads, broad chests, thick legs, poor eyesight, excellent hearing, and a fondness for rolling in the mud. Because they are very nearsighted, they often charge when they are startled. This has given them an undeserved reputation for having a bad temper. All rhinos are herbivores, eating grasses or leaves, depending on the species. At the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park, the rhinos are fed hay and high-fiber biscuits, along.