Rhinos’ Gut Allows Them to Eat the Toxic Damara Milk-Bush & Survive in Dry Habitats

Here’s an old but informative video about a little known, rare attribute belonging to African Black Rhinos – their amazingly strong gut. Original video description reads, “Whereas most animals struggle to survive in this dry habitat where water is tough to find and food is scarce, the rhinoceros has the opportunity to thrive thanks to its’ primeval-style stomach that allows it to eat toxic plants [like the Euphorbia damarana, otherwise known as Damara milk-bush].”

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