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New Feature on my Blog! – Translate my Blog to almost any Language!

Translation

Now you can easily TRANSLATE Fight For Rhinos into various languages with a couples clicks of a button!

Look to your left near the top of any my posts and push the Translation Button to Translate your page to the language you want! You may also go select the Translation Tab near the very Top Right on every page to get there as well.

CHECK IT OUT! And if your language isn’t their please let me know and I will add the appropriate link.  Translation Page

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Did you know??

Rhinos sleep standing up.

Rhinos sleep standing up.

*Rhinos are distantly related to the horse

*The White Rhinos is the largest, weighing up to 5000lbs,
the Sumatran is the smallest, weighing “just” 1750lbs.

*Rhinos roll in the mud so they don’t get sunburned

*Rhino dung piles reach up to 3ft. high

*The Javan Rhino is the rarest land mammal

*The longest horn was from a White Rhino, it measured just shy of 60 inches.

*Rhino pregnancies last 15-16 months

*Rhinos have poor eyesight

*Rhinos can live 40-45 years

*The birds, called oxpeckers, that “hang out” on rhinos, eat ticks and warn of danger

*A group of rhinos is called a Crash

*They can run up to 40 miles per hour

*The Swahili word for rhino is KIFARU (key-far-oo)

*Research shows the process in which rhino horns form and repair themselves could teach auto makers how to create more impact resistant bumpers.

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