Greater One-horned Rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis

Greater One-horned Rhino smiling
Greater One-horned Rhino
The Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, also called the Indian Rhino, is native to Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and some of north-eastern India. Its natural range has been massively reduced.
Greater One-horned Rhino
Greater One-horned Rhino
Greater One-horned Rhinoceros
In addition to having only the one horn, the thick hide has folds like pimpled armour-plating and looks a loose, baggy fit.
Greater One-horned Rhino
Greater One-horned Rhino
Greater One-horned Rhinoceros
Both adult males and females have the horn.
Indian Rhino wallowing
Greater One-horned Rhino and baby
Greater One-horned Rhinoceros with baby
Mother with baby
Indian Rhino
Greater One-horned Rhino
Greater One-horned Rhinoceros
Like other rhino species, they wallow in mud to protect their skin from the sun.
Indian Rhino taking shower
Greater One-horned Rhinoceroses lying down under shower
Indian Rhinoceroses sleeping together Love
On a hot day, after a wallow in the mud, I like a cool shower and then to lie down under the shower vapour.
Greater One-horned Rhinoceros by pool
Rhinoceros eating with Muntjac Deer
The world's bravest Muntjac Deer
Is this the world's bravest Muntjac Deer?
The rare Lesser One-horned or Javan Rhino looks similar but much smaller (less than 100 in the wild); the Sumatran Rhino looks like a hybrid of the African and Asian Rhinos, having fairly loose, armoured hide and two horns.