Black and White Rhino in Kenya Description
The northern white rhino is a subspecies of white rhino, which used to range over parts of Uganda, Chad, Sudan, the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Years of widespread poaching and civil war in their home range have devastated northern white rhino populations, and they are now considered to be extinct in the wild. Only three remain, all live on Ol Pejeta.
Black and White Rhino in Kenya – The black rhino is a solitary animal with a hooked and flexible upper lip.
On its part the white rhino has a wide upper lip and a Iarge hump at the top of its neck. The former feeds on leaves, shoots and buds, but the latter exclusively on grass and is less solitary than its black counterpart. They live in small family groups. They are found in Lake Nakuru, Nairobi, Meru and Tsavo West national Park and the 0l Pejeta Conservancy and Lewa Wildlife conservancy.
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