The four, critically endangered subspecies of black rhino live in Africa. They are found in a variety of habitats, including desert and forests, but they prefer the savannah and bushveld.
The black rhino’s range
Black rhinos are known to eat up to 220 species of leafy plants, branches, shoots, fruit, thorny wood bushes, and shoots. By eating woody plants, the rhinos make room for grasses to grow, which benefits grass-eating species. The rhinos forage for food during the cooler parts of the day and spend the hot parts resting, sleeping, or wallowing in mud.
A black rhino grazing
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