Black rhinos average life span is about 70 years. Black rhinos occur every 1.5 months. It is interesting that during this period the female herself pursues the male. The first time a female begins to take part in reproduction, occurs when she is three or four years old. For the male black rhinoceros, the beginning of the mating season begins with a seven-year or nine-year-old age. The rhino baby is born in 16.5 months. The baby appears rosy, with all its outgrowths and folds. However, the horn does not yet have.
Sources of nutrients for black rhinoceroses are shrubs, which they eat or pull out on the vine. Generic features allow black rhinos to easily chew hard and prickly branches. They drink water every day in watering places.
Today, black rhinos can be found in the Republic of South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, the Central African Republic, Cameroon, Angola. In the above countries, they are home to dry areas – sparse forests, steppes, savannahs, semi-deserts. The overwhelming number of black rhinoceroses live in reserves.