With thick folds in its bumpy skin, the Indian rhino looks as if it is wearing a suit of armor. Despite their tough skin, they are still susceptible to sunburn and biting insects. A good romp in the mud helps protect the skin. A megaherbivore, the Indian rhino is as big as a tank and grazes on tall grasses.
- A group of rhinos is called a crash.
- When startled, the rhino will charge at up to 30 miles per hour.
- A rhino horn can be more than three feet long, though it is usually only about a foot.