Kenya Black and White Rhinoceroses , Kenya has two species of Rhinoceros, the Black Rhinoceros, Diceros bicornis, and the White Rhinoceros, Ceratotherium simum.
The two can be distinguished by the mouth, which has a prehensile upper lip in the Black and a very wide upper lip in the White. Also the White Rhinoceros has a large hump at the top of the neck behind its head.
The 2 species have different feeding habits with the White feeding exclusively on grass and the Black feeding on leaves, shoots and buds. White Rhinos are less solitary than Black and may form small family groups.