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– Conservation status: All rhino species are endangered due to poaching and habitat loss.

– Population: The total rhino population is estimated at less than 30,000 individuals, with some species, such as the black rhino, critically endangered.

– Scientific name: Diceros bicornis (black rhinoceros), Ceratotherium simum (southern white rhinoceros), Rhinoceros unicornis (Indian rhinoceros), among others.

– Height: Between 1.5-1.8 meters at the shoulder.

– Weight: Depending on the species, the black rhinoceros can weigh between 800-1,400 kg, while the Indian rhinoceros weighs between 1,800-2,700 kg.

– Length: Between 2.5-4 meters

– Habitat: Grasslands, forests and savannahs of Africa and Asia.

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