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The other African rhinoceros is the white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum).
Their thick-layered skin helps to protect the rhino from thorns and sharp grasses.The white rhinoceros has square lips used for eating grass.The black rhinoceros can also be distinguished from the white rhinoceros by its size, smaller skull, and ears; and by the position of the head, which is held higher than the white rhinoceros, since the black rhinoceros is a browser and not a grazer.The species was wiped out from Chad in the 1970s and is under severe pressure from poaching in South Africa.The agreement calls for South African experts to assess the habitat, local management capabilities, security and the infrastructure before the transfer can take place.Black rhinoceros are generally thought to be solitary, with the only strong bond between a mother and her calf.
In addition, males and females have a consort relationship during mating, also subadults and young adults frequently form loose associations with older individuals of either sex.
Their skin harbors external parasites, such as mites and ticks, which may be eaten by oxpeckers and egrets.
Such behaviour was originally thought to be an example of mutualism, but recent evidence suggests that oxpeckers may be parasites instead, feeding on rhino blood.
In May 2017, 18 Eastern Black Rhinos were translocated from South Africa to the Akagera National Park in Rwanda.
The park had around 50 rhinos in the 1970s but the numbers dwindled to zero by 2007.
As with many other components of the African large mammal fauna, black rhinos probably had a wider range in the northern part of the continent in prehistoric times than today.