Rhinoceroses are herbivores (vegetation eaters). The food they eat varies by species due to the different shapes of the rhinos’ snouts. Black Rhinos, for example, are able to eat leaves and fruit from trees or bushes thanks to their long lips. White Rhinos, however, eat grass as their flat-shaped snout lets them get closer to the ground.
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