Why is the body of a rhino constantly covered with mud?

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You will find that there are different scientific names for the black rhino and the white rhino.  You will also find that there is no connection between the term "white rhino" and its color.  The term actually comes from a Dutch word meaning "wide" that referred to the shape of that animal's muzzle.

The horn is made of keratin -- what hair and fingernails are made of.

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