Native to southern Africa, these solitary animals live in brush and scattered open woodlands of the savanna
Southern Black Rhinos feast on leaves, twigs, shrubs, and herbs. What makes the Southern Black Rhino unique is its prehensile lip. The top lip of their mouth acts like a finger that helps grab leaves and branches.
Southern black rhinos can charge at speeds of up to 30 mph
Although they have poor eyesight, their sense of smell and hearing is excellent. They can swivel their ears in all directions picking up noises from far off in the distance. These territorial animals make their home around watering holes, and self-made mud wallows.