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Rhinos - Disney Animals

Black rhinoceros walking in dry terrain

Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park


Guests Can Be

Any Height

Age Interest

All Ages

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Animal Encounters

Brace yourself for the one-ton armored carrier known as the rhinoceros—the world’s second largest land animal.

White rhinoceros and baby calf walking together

Where to Find Rhinoceros

Meet a “crash” of black and white rhinoceroses—the massive, heavy-horned mammal that looks downright prehistoric—and is! Read More
White rhinoceros grazing in forest

Disney Conservation: Saving the Rhinoceros

The rhinos’ large horns, stocky frame and thick skin make them invulnerable to nearly all predators—except one. Read More
Black rhinoceros with 2 horns and hooked lip

Rhinos at Disney: Home Away From Home

Our habitats are designed to enrich the lives of our black and white rhinoceros herds based on the specific needs of each species. Read More
White rhinoceros with large front horn standing at water's edge in rain

Rhinos Rock!

Rhinos rely on their keen sense of hearing and smell to alert them to danger, locate food and find other rhinos. Read More
White rhinoceros with small horns and wide flat mouth

You Can Help Rhinoceroses, Too!

What can one person or family do to protect rhinos and their habitats—more than you think! Read More


Friday, September 30, 2016

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