The white Rhino is mild tempered, and often graze in family groups.
The male's marking their territories with their dung in large midden's. In the mating season the females are held sometimes forcefully within
the male's territories, to mate with. The calf, when moving along, walks ahead of the mother. The female horn is more slender and often longer then that of the male, and with that, besides using it as a
defence mechanism and uprooting the ground, to guide the calf from behind if necessary. Their eyesight is poor, but their hearing and smell acute. Territorial bulls urinate backwards in a fine controlled spray, and trees and bushes are marked with their horns.