|White Rhino Grazing|
Although all Rhino are under significant threat (especially from poaching, which is a huge problem throughout Africa), we are likely to see more of the White Rhino (as seen above) then the Black Rhino.
|White Rhino and her calf|
When on safari, you'll be able to tell the difference between the two by the body size and head shape. And if you see them walking with a calf, then you'll see how they walk in different orders. With Black Rhino the youngster travels behind mum, while with the White Rhino the calf walks in front. I'm not sure about the White Rhino logic of having the youngster in front leading the way, but that's the way it works.
Join us on Safari and see these wonderful creatures for yourself.
Written by Will Fox
On Track Safaris