White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)

Pair of elevation illustrations of the White Rhinoceros seen from the side and front

The White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) is a grazer in the family Rhinocerotidae. It is recognized by its wide or squared mouth, indicating that it is a grazer. This is the second-largest land mammal and the largest in the Rhinocerotidae family. It inhabits eastern and southern grassland habitats and is divided into two species: northern and southern white rhinoceros. The white rhinoceros is very social with territorial males controlling a group of females and their calves. The gray-colored body is massive, head large, chest broad, and neck short. The snout has horn-like growth, with the horn close to the snout being the largest.

Series of drawings of the White Rhinoceros from behind and lying down

White Rhinoceros' have a total body length between 11.2’-13.8’ (3.4-4.2 m), standing shoulder height of 5.7’-7.1’ (1.75-2.15 m), body width of 3.4’-4.3’ (1.05-1.32 m), and a typical weight in the range of 3,968-5,512 lb (1,800-2,500 kg). The front horn of the White Rhinoceros has a length between 37.4”-59” (95-150 cm) while the rear horn has a length of 17.7”-21.7” (45-55 cm). White Rhinoceros' have lifespans between 35-50 years.

Details

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Height:
5.7’-7.1’ | 1.75-2.15 m
Width:
3.4’-4.3’ | 1.05-1.32 m
Depth:
Length:
11.2’-13.8’ | 3.4-4.2 m
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Weight:
3,968-5,512 lb | 1,800-2,500 kg
Area:
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Horn Length: 37.4”-59” | 95-150 cm (Front); 17.7”-21.7” | 45-55 cm (Rear)

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Scientific Name:
Ceratotherium simum
Lifespan:
35-50 years

Properties

Drawings include:

White Rhinoceros side elevation, front, back, lying down

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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.

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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