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The Greater One-Horned Rhino Has its Own Scent Code

Rhinos use their sharp sense of smell to keep in touch with the clan. They spray urine to mark territory, and poop in the same spot for several months to let others know their status and to check if any females in the vicinity are ready to mate. Think of it as a smelly social network
Film by: Rita Banerji
Rita Banerji
Rita Banerji

is an award-winning filmmaker and founder-director of the Green Hub Project, an initiative that leverages the power of youth in conservation action and social change through the visual medium.

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