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I got a tuna melt and fries at a woman-owned restaurant near my San Francisco apartment, bought a natural-wood rhino on wheels from a woman-owned toy store, and took home some cookies from a very popular woman-owned bakery.I Tried to Live Off Women-Owned Businesses. Turns Out, Men Still Run Everything|Alana Semuels|July 21, 2021|Time
Fossils of the plant-eating rhinos aren’t uncommon in Nebraska.Rhinos, camels and bone-crushing dogs once roamed Nebraska|Alison Pearce Stevens|May 13, 2021|Science News For Students
To gain more insight into which interactions will stimulate those receptors, the team looked at studies that have collected data on touches to the limbs, head or neck of dogs, dolphins, rhinos, elephants and other mammals.Capturing the sense of touch could upgrade prosthetics and our digital lives|Kathiann Kowalski|April 22, 2021|Science News
To return to the barnyard example, the algorithm might make three initial guesses, where each guess is a 3-by-1 matrix that specifies a number of chickens, rhinos and goats.New Algorithm Breaks Speed Limit for Solving Linear Equations|Kevin Hartnett|March 8, 2021|Quanta Magazine
I mean a rhino like a rhinoceros, not a RINO, not a Mitt Romney.Full Transcript: Tomi Lahren on ‘The Carlos Watson Show’|Daniel Malloy|August 31, 2020|Ozy
But arrests of rhino poachers have also followed an upward curve.
Rhino horns are also sold as ceremonial daggers in Middle Eastern countries like Yemen.
Rhino horn is particularly lucrative—each kilogram can fetch up to $66,000.
If elephant, rhino, and other African wildlife are poached to extinction, tourism will dry up.
Another crucial long-term plan is to get the rhino breeding again.
Some animals, like the rhino and the eland, have tick birds that sit upon their backs and eat the ticks.
It is also supposed to require an additional amount to face an angry rhino or to attempt to get African buffalo.
Instead of dropping, the rhino threw up its tail and ears, gave a little squeal and started for Burt.
Then came a crashing and swishing of the bush and out stalked a big rhino, sniffing the wind and advancing slowly toward them.
His bullet struck the rhino in the head and glanced off, serving only to increase the rage of the brute.