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Around a territorial male
White rhinos do not behave as solitary as other rhino species. Females can live in small groups about a territorial male who defends its domain against other males. Territorial males continuously monitor the boundaries of their territory, which extends over several square kilometres. To do so, they mark strategic locations with their feces and urine. They also rub their bodies and horns against trees and large rocks.
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