Did you know?
Despite their huge size and strength, the rhinoceros doesn’t prey on other animals for food. They’re herbivores, and instead like to munch on lots of grass and plants at night, dawn and dusk.
Because of their huge bodies, strong horns and thick skin, rhinos have no natural predators. Nevertheless, they get frightened easily, and may charge directly at whatever has spooked them – whether it be another animal or a harmless object!
Sadly, it’s estimated that there are only around 29,000 rhinos left in the wild, compared to 500,000 at the beginning of the 20th century. The main threat to these beautiful animals is illegal hunting for their horns.
Each of our flip-flop rhinos are sculpted individually, saving 7 flip-flops from our oceans and landfills. Actual design and colors will vary. Not for children under age 3.
Measures approximately 20cm x 8cm x 13cm (7.8" x 3.1" x 5.1")