Translation of rhino in Spanish:


rinoceronte, n.

Pronunciation /ˈraɪnoʊ/ /ˈrʌɪnəʊ/

Definition of rinoceronte in Spanish

nounplural rhino, plural rhinos

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    rinoceronte masculine
    • It's been observed in many other bird species besides parrots and macaws, as well as elephants, macaques, giraffes, rhinos and chimpanzees.
    • The remaining toes not used for walking are either reduced, as in pigs and tapirs, or completely lost, as in rhinos and most ruminants.
    • Changes are also being introduced in the diet pattern and bread is being removed to bring in rice and milk, which is being given to monkeys, rhinos and elephants.
    • Animals like tigers, rhinos and elephants are hunted for the high mercantile value they attract in the international markets.
    • A good idea is to board the little train which encircles the zoo enclosure and allows you to see the giraffes, hippos, zebra, camels and rhinos.
    • We forbid the sale of goods made from endangered species such as elephants and rhino.
    • He commands elephants, wrestles rhinos, and kills lions and crocodiles with his bare hands.
    • The firm, which provides a one-stop shop for cattle housing, supplied housing for elephants and rhinos at the park.
    • The remains of forest elephants, rhinos, and a cave lion indicate that the climate was generally warmer than it is there today.
    • The list of the critically endangered include the black rhino and Siberian tiger and the Amur leopard of Asia.
    • Mopeds carrying live ducks, roadsides littered with dead snakes, a leopard, an elephant and a rhino were just some of the more unusual sights.
    • The Indian rhino has well-developed incisor teeth and two long canine teeth in its lower jaw.
    • When was the last time you saw a giraffe or a rhino proudly prodding a charred chunk of wildebeest round a barbeque?
    • That's because, left unchecked, black rhino populations can grow to the point where females are competing with other rhinos for food.
    • There are only about 30 of the rhinos left, and they ‘are very, very elusive,’ Jewell said.
    • Rankine says some experts have estimated that a million black rhinos may have roamed Africa at the turn of the 20th century.
    • Modern rhinos are, unfortunately, so rare that fossil assemblages are far more common than modern assemblages.
    • Although the living African rhinos have lost their incisors, the horns are elongated and function as the primary weapon.
    • The illegal logging destroys the habitat of rare species such as orang-utans, Sumatran rhinos, and sun bears.
    • Harris and Leakey review the rhinos, represented by cranial, dental, and postcranial fossils.