aster wrote:Lovely! Thanks Robbie...
Well, I got some help from Wikipedia and here are my results:
The white rhinoceros is actually larger, wider, and heavier than the black rhinoceros which is narrower and weighs less.
The white one also has a wide mouth form while the black one has a pointed mouth form.
The white ones majorly live in South Africa while the black ones are prone to east and central Africa habitats.
And the white ones outnumber the black species...
ps. I hope I pass the test.
Dr. Harout wrote: Yildiz you just won Robbie's A700
ps.In that case we would have to collect money between us and buy the A900 and the new Carl-Zeiss lens series for Robbie to return the favor and also to get more beautiful Africa photos
RobbieA wrote:ps.In that case we would have to collect money between us and buy the A900 and the new Carl-Zeiss lens series for Robbie to return the favor and also to get more beautiful Africa photos
Now this is an astounding idea. Please don't let me stop you.
Haha, yes, I think you got the answer. But the main difference is that the white one has a wider mouth and is more of a grazer of grass, the black one's mouth is narower and eats more from shrubs and bush. We have both of them in South Africa..
Wow, you see, this can become an educational post as well.. hahahahahaha
Javelin wrote:I love Zebras.
I'll have to get some pictures of Canadian Zebras and post them.
Javelin wrote:No kidding. there are 3 big farms near where I live that breed them (not so many wild ones around here So maybe I mislead you a little ) as well as Camels, Reindeer... one farm even had a Lioness they were tasked with raising to adulthood. llamas, Alpaca's, Kangaroo's too
Javelin wrote:...those stripes show through and there is no mistaking them.
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