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Great-Horned Rhinoceros
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Game(s)
Era(s)Era of the Wilds

Great-Horned Rhinoceros are Creatures in Breath of the Wild.

Biography

Hyrule Compendium Entry

025 (025) Great-Horned Rhinoceros
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Description
This animal's horn is a whopping half the size of its body. Although originally members of arid-region rhinoceroses, these migrated to colder climates and adapted to live in snowy mountains. Their hides are particularly thick, and their horns can cause some serious damage, so only experienced hunters should track these.
Common Locations
Hebra Mountains
Gerudo Highlands
Recoverable Materials
Raw Prime Meat Raw Gourmet Meat

Great-Horned Rhinoceros live in the Hebra Mountains and the Gerudo Highlands in Hyrule where they are well adapted to their cold environment, having evolved from arid-region rhinoceros who migrated to colder climates.[1] They have a particularly thick, dark blue hides with a lighter blue underbelly, and two curved horns on their snouts, the longest of which is half the length of its own body.[1] Due to the potential deadliness of this horn and the fact that they are aggressive towards people they are only hunted by experienced hunters.[1]

Like most Creatures, they can be killed for Food and will drop either Raw Prime Meat or Raw Gourmet Meat when killed. Bokoblins will occasionally hunt Great-Horned Rhinoceros.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "This animal's horn is a whopping half the size of its body. Although originally members of arid-region rhinoceroses, these migrated to colder climates and adapted to live in snowy mountains. Their hides are particularly thick, and their horns can cause some serious damage, so only experienced hunters should track these." — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)