Rhinos in pairs, single and groups. Large, Medium, Smooth and Rough Finishes.
The rhinoceros is not a particularly friendly animal – and that’s that!
Most of the stone carvings of rhinos depict a solitary animal, which is
usually how they are seen in the bushveldt. Rhinos will occasionally be
seen in pairs, and these are generally young males who appear to “tolerate” one another. There is presently no great concern about the diminution of the species – at least since the taking of rhino horns for medicinal and other use has been controlled in most of southern Africa – so they obviously do congregate in pairs at some time of the year.
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Small Verdite Rhino
This little rhino is carved from dark green verdite stone.
This African art statue weighs 5 ounces. It is 1 3/4 inches tall, 4 1/2 inches long and 1 1/4 inches deep.