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Rhino Food Chain?

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The rhino is part of the food chain. It does not eat meat though it is a herbivore. It exclusively eats plants and other forms of vegetation. These are seldom preyed upon by other organisms. They are too large and powerful. They are the primary consumers in the food chain. They are at the top of their food chain. The white rhino eats short grasses like pennisetum. The black rhino eats trees and euphorbias. The Indian rhino eats grasses and leaves. The Sumatran rhino eats leaves and twigs. The Javan rhino eats shoots and twigs.
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