Woolly Rhinoceros or Rhino is an Ice Age species of rhinoceros that lived in the Late Pleistocene. It was more or less the same size and shape as a modern rhino but it was covered in woolly fur, hence the name. It was related to Paraceratherium.


50,000 years ago in Europe, Andy found a Rhino sleeping in the snow and was also chased and beaten by another one. Later two Rhinos were feeding on yellow flowers but couldn't see Andy right in front of them because of their poor eyesight. (APA: Woolly Rhino and Flowers)

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