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  • n. Plural form of rhino.

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Examples

  • A November report on African rhinos from the International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Commission, for example, found their numbers increasing despite widespread poaching, thanks to conservation plans that combined better policing, park management and local population involvement.

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  • The city of the rhinos is a large metropolis, with square brutalist public buildings that seem to be constructed of gray cement in a semi-Egyptian style.

    The Royal Family

  • The rhinos are a perfect example, he said, because there are so few.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Describing rhinos hunted in 1798 in Northern Cape Province, Barrow reported that a local chief had called the rhinos here 'white' [image above from wikipedia].

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • The largest herbivores, such as rhinos and elephants in Africa - often called megaherbivores - have very important impacts on ecosystems.

    Herbivory

  • And speaking of "rhinos" suggests a little incident that the colonel told and which he considers amusing.

    In Africa Hunting Adventures in the Big Game Country

  • U.S. military Humvees are equipped with metal poles called "rhinos" that reach several feet in front of the vehicle and simulate engine heat to detonate bombs.

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  • Home to well-known animals such as rhinos, tigers, and elephants, Indonesia also sports a vast diversity of mini-fauna, such as this blue-eyed butterfly on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.

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  • "rhinos" and bears and lions in out-of-the-way parts of the world, he is usually plastering pheasants in the home covers, or tramping the fields and moors where partridges and grouse abound.

    The Four Faces A Mystery

  • She shares a house with a group of rhinos and lions which roam the woods behind the compound – and has a rapidly expanding human fan base.

    Anne the elephant's circus owners talk of horror at abuse by worker

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