Indian Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis)

Scaled collection of drawings of Indian Rhinoceros in front and side poses

The Indian Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) is found in India and some parts of Nepal. It is easy to separate from their African relatives by its hide that resembles a natural body armor coat and a short single horn on the snout. It is also called the greater one-horned rhinoceros, Indian rhino, or great Indian rhinoceros. The coat or skin is thick and gray-brown with little body hair. The Indian rhinoceros is the second largest rhinoceros behind white rhinoceros with huge neck folds. Despite its massive size, it is nimble. The lip is fairly broad, suggesting it is a grazer but often becomes a browser during winter when there is little grass.

Indian Rhinoceros' have a total body length between 10.8’-12.5’ (3.3-3.8 m), standing shoulder height of 5.6’-6.7’ (1.7-2.05 m), body width of 3.6’-4.1’ (1.1-1.25 m), and typical weight in the range of 3,527-4,850 lb (1,600-2,200 kg). The horn of the Indian Rhinoceros has a length between 7.9”-23.6” (20-60 cm). Indian Rhinoceros' have lifespans between 35-45 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
5.6’-6.7’ | 1.7-2.05 m
Width:
3.6’-4.1’ | 1.1-1.25 m
Depth:
Length:
10.8’-12.5’ | 3.3-3.8 m
:
:
Weight:
3,527-4,850 lb | 1,600-2,200 kg
Area:
:

Horn Length: 7.9”-23.6” | 20-60 cm

:
Scientific Name:
Rhinoceros unicornis
Lifespan:
35-45 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Indian Rhinoceros side elevation, front

Related Tags

Ad Blocker
Enjoy free drawings? We do too! 
Advertising helps fund our work.
Please support the project by disabling
or whitelisting your ad blocker while browsing Dimensions.Guide. Thanks!

Rhinos, or Rhinocerotidae, are among the few large land animals facing extinction caused by poachers. There are three species–two living in Africa (open areas) and the other in south-central Asia (dense forest, savannah, and shrubby regions). A common feature in all rhinos is their one or two horns.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
5.7’-7.1’ | 1.75-2.15 m
3.4’-4.3’ | 1.05-1.32 m
11.2’-13.8’ | 3.4-4.2 m
3,968-5,512 lb | 1,800-2,500 kg
35-50 years
White Rhinoceros
215.000
132.000
420.000
2500.000
50.00
133500
3D
White Rhinoceros
4.9’-6.2’ | 1.5-1.9 m
3’-3.6’ | .9-1.1 m
9.8’-12.3’ | 3-3.75 m
1,764-3,086 lb | 800-1,400 kg
30-50 years
Black Rhinoceros
190.000
110.000
375.000
1400.000
50.00
66000
3D
Black Rhinoceros
4.9’-5.6’ | 1.5-1.7 m
3’-3.3’ | .9-1 m
9.8’-11.2’ | 3-3.4 m
3,307-4,409 lb | 1,500-2,000 kg
30-45 years
Javan Rhinoceros
170.000
100.000
340.000
2000.000
45.00
29700
3D
Javan Rhinoceros
5.6’-6.7’ | 1.7-2.05 m
3.6’-4.1’ | 1.1-1.25 m
10.8’-12.5’ | 3.3-3.8 m
3,527-4,850 lb | 1,600-2,200 kg
35-45 years
Indian Rhinoceros
205.000
125.000
380.000
2200.000
45.00
23300
3D
Indian Rhinoceros
4.4’-5.4’ | 1.35-1.65 m
2.5’-3.1’ | .75-.95 m
7.9’-9.8’ | 2.4-3 m
1,102-2,094 lb | 500-950 kg
30-35 years
Sumatran Rhinoceros
165.000
95.000
300.000
950.000
35.00
18300
3D
Sumatran Rhinoceros