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ONE HORNED RHINOCEROS

Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros

Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros

The second largest mammal in India after the elephant, the greater one-horned Rhinoceros is best recognised by its large bulk and a single horn. The actual color of the Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros's skin is a deep slaty-grey, but it looks ashy when encrusted with alluvial mud.

Distributed as nine district population spread in the Terai and Bhabar tracts of Northern India, and the Brahmaputra river basis in the northeast. It occurs in Assam (Kaziranga, Orange, Pobitra, Manas, and Laokhawe-Burachapori), West Bengal (Jaldapara and Gurumara), Bihar (Valmiki), and Uttar Pradesh (Dudhwa). The last is a reintroduced population and the one in Bihar is a recent crossover from the Chitwan-Parsa ecosystem of Nepal.



 

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