World Rhino Day: Most rhino species have poor eyesight, but their hearing and sense of smell are good to excellent.
World Rhino Day: The DNA of 12 northern white rhinos have been stored in genetic banks in Berlin and San Diego.
World Rhino Day: The few remaining Javan rhinos in Indonesia's Ujung Kulon National Park have guards to protect them against poachers.
World Rhino Day: The number of black rhino has doubled since 1995 but it remains critically endangered.
World Rhino Day: Inbreeding and a lack of genetic diversity threaten several small rhino populations.
World Rhino Day: The Javan rhino's biggest threat is inbreeding and loss of genetic variety and vitality.
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World Rhino Day: Rhinos are threatened by poaching, habitat loss and inbreeding because of small populations.
World Rhino Day: More than 70% of the one-horned rhino population is in India's Kaziranga National Park.
World Rhino Day: Scientists differ on whether there are five, seven or eight subspecies of black rhino.
World Rhino Day: There are five rhino species - black, white, Javan, Sumatran and greater one-horned.
World Rhino Day: India and Nepal are the strongholds for the greater one-horned rhino population of about 3,500.