This left them, in the end, with “rhinoceros” and “anthropoid.”
The rhinoceros, again looking pretty aimless and beaten down, was made—beautifully—of papier mache.
South Africa is the most dangerous place in the world to be a rhinoceros.
It surpasses the paintings of horses and rhinoceros from the Chauvet Cave in France by 400 years.
In and among the rest he inserted the words “rhinoceros” and “anthropoid.”
The rhinoceros, the elephant, and even the buffalo can often be turned aside by a shot.
It did not need Mali-ya-bwana's whispered "faru" (rhinoceros) to identify the mound.
The rhinoceros rolled over and over, like a shot rabbit, kicked for a moment, and came to his feet.
In the matter of rhinoceros and similar dangers, they simply took a chance.
They generally carry a sjambok, a strip of rhinoceros hide about three feet long and an inch thick.
c.1300, from Latin rhinoceros, from Greek rhinokeros, literally "nose-horned," from rhinos "nose" (a word of unknown origin) + keras "horn" (see kerato-). Related: Rhinocerotic.
What is the plural of rhinoceros? ... Well, Liddell and Scott seem to authorize 'rhinocerotes,' which is pedantic, but 'rhinoceroses' is not euphonious. [Sir Charles Eliot, "The East Africa Protectorate," 1905]