Surviving relics from an early era in the age of mammals, the white rhino is the second largest land mammal on earth. With its wide, muscular lips blazing a wide swath, the white rhino is the ultimate grazer, eating about 12 hours a day. Kicking up large numbers of insects as they lumber about, finding lunch seems like easy pickings for the cattle egrets.
— John Banovich
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