Which of these are the second-heaviest land animals after elephants (both the African and Indian)?
The rhino is the second-largest land animal after the elephant. They have thick, bare skin, which is sometimes arranged over their bodies like plates of armor, barrel-like bodies, gigantic heads, and incredible horns protruding from their faces.
The mass is supported by short, stout legs and wide feet that have three both front and rear. Each individual toe ends in a hoof, which leaves a footprint that looks like the Ace of clubs.
These animals have remained unchanged for thousands of years, so the resemblance to dinosaurs like triceratops is intriguing, but their closest relatives are actually tapirs and horses.