Rhinos of the World. Endangered Rhino Poaching Epidemic.
Rhinoceros Species of the World
Black Rhino (Hook-lipped Rhinoceros)
Diceros bicornis
  Critically Endangered
  Approx. 2,700 left
  Southern and Central Africa (Pilanesberg National Park)
  Tropical Bushlands, grassland and savannahs of Africa
  800 - 1350 kg
  A browser that uses its prehensile upper lip to grasp stems,
  branches, twigs and leaves
  Two Horns

White Rhino (Square-lipped Rhinoceros)
Ceratotherium simum
  Near Threatened
  Approx. 10,400 left
  Southern and Central Africa (Pilanesberg National Park)
  Long and short grass savannahs
  1,800 - 3,000kgs
  Bulk Grazer
  Two horns; neutral grey, almost hairless; square lipped.

Indian Rhino (Greater One-horned Rhinoceros)
Rhinoceros unicornis
  Approx. 2,400 left
  Northern India, Southern Nepal
  Floodplains, Riverine grasslands
  1,800 – 2,700kgs
  Feeds on grasses, fruits, leaves, tree and shrub branches,
  cultivated crops
  One horn; brown grey, hairless with armour plated knobbly skin;
  upper lip semi prehensile

Javan Rhino (Lesser One-horned Rhinoceros)
Rhinoceros sondaicus
  Critically Endangered
  Approx. 60 left
  Ujung Kulon National Park on the island of Java, Indonesia
  Lowland tropical rainforest
  900 – 1,400kgs
  Mostly a browser but will graze
  One horn; grey and hairless with slight armour plating

Sumatran Rhino (Hairy Rhinoceros)
Dicerorhinus sumatrensis
  Critically Endangered
  Approx. 300 left
  Southeast Asia (primarily Indonesia and Malaysia)
  Tropical rainforest and mountain moss forest
  600 – 800kgs
  Feeds on fruit, leaves, twigs and bark
  Two horns; red brown coat; sparsely covered with long hair

Rhino Species of the World. Endangered Species of Rhinosceros.