- n. Plural form of rhinoceros.
“But, of course, the rhinoceroses are a distinct line of animal descent -- remote from Ruminants.”
“The park is home to a large population of one-horned rhinoceroses.”
“He writes of the natives as though they were interesting animal specimens, like rhinoceroses or galapagos tortoises, not as though they were men.”
“Also, from the river, came a great grunting of rhinoceroses.”
“Herzog introduces viewers to images of lions, rhinoceroses and other animals that lived in what is now Europe over 30,000 years ago, painted during the last ice age by Cro-Magnon artists.”
“If peace efforts are successful, he says, lions and rhinoceroses will be re-introduced into the park after being poisoned or poached to extinction in the '90s.”
“He cited research about tigers, rhinoceroses, African elephants, Asian elephants, marine turtles and great apes.”
“Behind them are hundreds of rhinoceroses with two African BANNITE warriors sitting on each one.”
“He genetically manipulates rhinoceroses and cheetahs in sub-Saharan Africa in the distant past so that they could be domesticated and then lets history take its course.”
“There's a crash of rhinoceroses, a sedge of herons and a rafter of turkeys as well as the more familiar herd of reindeer.”
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