Saturday, 31 August 2013

Rhinoceros

Rhinoceros

The Rhinoceros is one of the giant animals of planet Earth. The name Rhinoceros came from two ancient Greek words. One is "rhino" means nose and another is "ceros" means horn. Normally they are not that rude. But Rhinoceros can be very dangerous when angry. They charge with his giant body mass pointing on his strong horn on his nose. Actually that horn was not made by bone. That is only concentrated skin. The most exiting thing about this magnificent beast is their skin is too thick to be cut by normal cutting accessories. The Rhinoceros symbolize power, jurisdiction, vigor, sovereignty and concord. They are the symbol of fertility and courage according the African culture. The modern symbol of the wildlife conservation is the black Rhinoceros. The are usually killed or hunted for their horn. The horn is useful for some medicine.

Rhinoceros

Rhinoceros