These animals are excellent fire fighters. I understand that the quench fire with their feet. I was also told they have very poor eye sight but that is compensated with a very strong sense of smell.
The large horn is used for self defence while the smaller one behind is use to target the enemy before attacking it. Once the enemy has been aligned with the two horns, I was told the rhino closes it eyes and charges towards the enemy. So if ever you find yourself been attached by a rhino, stand your ground, gather enough momentum and jump out of its way just before it hits you.
I wonder what would happen if you were standing just infront of a rock? ;-)
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