rhino horns are also sold as ceremonial daggers in Middle Eastern countries like Yemen.
Another crucial long-term plan is to get the rhino breeding again.
rhino horn is particularly lucrative—each kilogram can fetch up to $66,000.
His latest movie, rhino Season, tells the story of an Iranian family torn apart by an unjust imprisonment in Iran.
rhino horns are made of keratin, the same protein found in our fingernails.
His bullet struck the rhino in the head and glanced off, serving only to increase the rage of the brute.
The rhino was feeding tsetse as he dozed in the high swamp-grass.
"The lions have found that rhino," remarked Kingozi indifferently.
Berselius all the time was glancing from the rhino to Adams.
So he took a bow and three hundred arrows and set forth, and travelled through the bush, on and on, till one day he met a rhino.
short for rhinoceros, 1884. As slang for "cash" (also rino) 1680s, of unknown origin. Hence cant rhinocerial "rich" [Grose, 1788].
before vowels rhin-, word-forming element meaning "nose, of the nose," from Greek rhino-, comb. form of rhis "nose," which is of uncertain origin.
rhino- or rhin-
Nose; nasal: rhinitis.