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The statistics of rhinos in each province in SA?

The statistic is equal to the time matt has a boner while looking at melisa... 100%


What are all of the clades of the magnorder Boreoeutheria?

Very briefly, Boreoeutheria are divided into two extant principal clades: Euarchontoglires and Laurasiatheria. Euarchontoglires include in turn, Archonta and Glires. The extant orders constituting Archonta are Scandentia (tree-shrews), Primates (lemurs etc., monkeys and people) and Dermoptera (colugos). Glires include orders Lagomorpha (hares, rabbits) and Rodentia (porcupines, cavies, squirrels, beavers, rats, mice, gerbils, etc.). Laurasiatheria include: Eulipotyphla and Scrotifera. (Eulipotyphla are a depleted version of Lipotyphla which in turn was a remnant of the old Insectivora. Eulipotyphla were subsequently split into Soricomorpha (shrews) and Erinaceomorpha (hedgehogs & gymnures) but then recombined by those who accept that erinaceomorphs are nested within soricomorphs). So order, Eulipotyphla, is what we call them. Scrotifera include order, Chiroptera (bats) and Fereuungulata. (Yes, there's a syllabic division between the two 'U's!) Fereuungulata contain: Ferae - order, Pholidota (pangolins which have been estranged from anteaters) and order, Carnivora (cats, hyenas, dogs, bears, weasels, raccoons, seals, etc.) Now the ungulates probably form a single clade alongside Ferae and are called, Ungulata, or maybe Euungulata (proper ungulates unlike those imposters, the elephants and relatives which have been shunted elsewhere). If Ferae turn out to be nested within ungulates then the (Eu)ungulate clade would no longer stand. We now arrive among ungulates. Two major groups: order, Perissodactyla (horses, tapirs, rhinos) and what seems to be fairly universally referred to these days as Cetartiodactyla. Cetartiodactyla include the even-toed ungulates (camels, pigs, hippos, giraffes, antelopes, cattle, sheep, goats, deer) traditionally referred to order, Artiodactyla, but the so-called order, Cetacea (whales), is now considered as a prodigal child returned to the artiodactyl home, as the common cetacean ancestor appears to be rooted somewhere near the hippopotamus branch. Work is still in progress, and will continue for a while yet, as individual researchers ride their personal hobby horses in progressively similar directions. Taxonomists furthermore are a fertile source of opinions. As for including extinct taxa, like (just one example) the various prehistoric South American ungulate-type groups, that is another game within another level of mystery.


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What is the latest statistic of the black and white Rhino population in South Africa?

As of the latest statistics in 2010, there are over 18,000 white rhinos found in South Africa. In addition, there are slightly over 22,000 black rhinos.


What are the latest statistics on the rhino population in South Africa?

There are an estimated 19,409 white rhinos and 1,752 black rhinos in South Africa. Since 1970 poachers have killed 90% of the rhino population in South Africa.


Past 2 years statistics of poaching of rhinos in sa?

yes, in South Africa


What is the world population of black rhinos?

less than 500 black rhinos are left in this world.


The most southern country where rhinos roams?

The most southern country where rhinos live is South Africa. The nation boasts a population of over 16,000 white rhinos. That outnumbers all the rhinos in other countries combined.


How many black rhinos are there?

99,000,000,000


What is the past two years statistics of poaching of rhinos in SA and the reason for poaching?

Need to know the answer i dont have the answer that is why i am on the internet asking you


The statistics of rhinos in each province in SA?

The statistic is equal to the time matt has a boner while looking at melisa... 100%


What is the rhino population in India?

There are about 3,000 rhinoceros in India2,239 one horned rhinos are left in India


Who do rhinos live with?

Rhinos live for a while with other rhinos


Do rhinos live in Saint Lucia?

No, there are no rhinos in Saint Lucia. Rhinos are native to Africa.


Are rhinos vertebrate or invertebrate?

Rhinos are vertebrates.