Ready for Rhinos!

Rhinos are the second-largest land mammalA warm-blooded animal with a backbone that breathes air, and has at least some hair at some point during its life. The females have glands that produce milk, which they feed to their young. (elephants are bigger) and are at the top of many people's list of favorite animals. But how did this massive mammalA warm-blooded animal with a backbone that breathes air, and has at least some hair at some point during its life. The females have glands that produce milk, which they feed to their young. get its name? It's as plain as the horn on their face—"rhinoceros" comes from the Greek rhino (nose) and ceros (horn).

 

But did you know some rhinos have one horn and some have two? And not all rhinos eat the same thing? There are lots of interesting facts to learn about rhinos, and this month's video is ready to "charge" right in!