Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), South Africa : Stock Photo
Tswalu Preserve, Northern Cape, South Africa. Black rhinos are classed as a vulnerable species. They are more aggressive than White rhinos, but their eye-sight is poor: they are unable to detect a motionless person at more than 30metres.

Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis), South Africa

Credit: Art Wolfe
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Tswalu Preserve, Northern Cape, South Africa. Black rhinos are classed as a vulnerable species. They are more aggressive than White rhinos, but their eye-sight is poor: they are unable to detect a motionless person at more than 30metres.
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