It is distinguished from other rhinoceros breeds, not by its color, which is the same as that of a white rhinoceros (for example), but by the shape of its skull, more stocky, as well as two deeply rooted horns . Solitary nature, it activates only at the end of the night and rubs its congeners only during the breeding season. They have a very good sense of smell and fine hearing, however almost blind, and hardly distinguish forms beyond 65 feet. The Black Rhinoceros of West Africa is a species declared extinct since 2011.
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