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Rotund Rhinos:A Webquest!
1. The word rhinoceros comes from two Greek words,"rhino" meaning "nose" and "keros" meaning "horn". What is the only land mammal larger in size and weight?______________Which is the largest of the five rhinos? ________________Which is the smallest?____________ The rhino belongs to the ungulates group. What does this mean? _________________How many toes to rhinos have on each back foot foot?____________On each front foot?_____________Find the answers at this link:pitara.com
2. The first rhino born in captivity in San Diego zoo, Ca, was named Werikhe, after the "rhino man" Michael Werikhe. Who was this man?_________________What did this man try and do by his actions?__________________Find the answer at this link:Redirectify.com
There are 9 informative webquestions and lots of activities and additional links in the complete Rotund Rhino Webquest resource.Grades 4 and up.
NOTE: Illustration of rhino from freeclipartnow.com/animals/rhinos
Click here to learn fun facts about Rhinos(and try some activities,too!)Fun Rhino Facts!NOTE: Photograph of rhino from Wpclipart.com