Black Rhino

Overview

In Animals in Danger: Black Rhino you will learn about why black rhinos are endangered. You will see rhinos in their habitat, and learn what they eat, how they treat their babies, and how they use their horns. You will also see what people are doing to save the black rhino.
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Overview

In Animals in Danger: Black Rhino you will learn about why black rhinos are endangered. You will see rhinos in their habitat, and learn what they eat, how they treat their babies, and how they use their horns. You will also see what people are doing to save the black rhino.
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Editorial Reviews

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K-Gr 2-Brief, basic information on specific endangered animals. Each simply written text begins with a discussion about the family and species of the creature, and describes what it looks like and where it lives. Short paragraphs cover food, habits, and life cycle, and note some unusual facts. The last section in each volume explains why the animal is endangered and what is being done to protect it. Each page includes a few lines of text and an appealing and informative color photo. Each book also has a fact file, a table of statistics on five animals in 1900 and today, a one-page glossary, a list of conservation organizations, and a few titles for further reading. Good for beginning reports, for children interested in animals, or as an introduction to the topic.-Sally Bates Goodroe, formerly at Harris County Public Library, Houston, TX Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781403413284
  • Publisher: Heinemann-Raintree
  • Publication date: 7/1/2001
  • Series: Animals in Danger Series
  • Pages: 32

Table of Contents

Animals in Danger 4
What Is a Rhino? 6
What Does a Rhino Look Like? 8
Where Do Rhinos Live? 10
What Do Black Rhinos Eat? 12
Black Rhino Babies 14
Caring for the Calf 16
Unusual Rhino Facts 18
How Many Black Rhinos Are There? 20
Why Is the Black Rhino in Danger? 22
How Is the Black Rhino Being Helped? 24
Black Rhino Fact File 28
World Danger Table 29
How Can You Help the Black Rhino? 30
More Books to Read 30
Glossary 31
Index 32
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