The average Rhinoceros can reach top speeds of 35 miles per hour. They rarely reach this however, remaining lethargic grazers. They only charge when intruders threaten them and their offspring.
According to several sources, both the black and white rhinoceros’ can run short distances up to speeds of 25-35 mph. There is a reported video of a rhino reaching a speed of 45mph, but no scientific evidence has been show to prove this. The higher speeds are usually found when the often ill tempered rhino is charging (sometimes for no apparent reason). And, despite their 1700-3000 lbs. size, rhinos are very agile and can move in tight spaces easily.
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