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" You see, rhinos can run at thirty miles an hour, which is pretty fast when you consider how much weight they're pulling.


Just one problem with this phenomenon. Rhinos can only see thirty feet in front of them. Can you imagine something that large moving in concert as a group, plowing ahead at thirty miles an hour with no idea what's at thirty-one feet?


But with that horn pointing the way, rhinos run forward full steam ahead without apprehension, which leads us to their name.


Rhinos moving together at full speed are known as a "Crash". Even when they're just hanging around enjoying the watershed, they're called a crash because of their potential. "


- McManus, Erwin Raphael.

The Barbarian Way: Unleash the Untamed Faith Within. Nashville, TN: Nelson, 2005. 137-38.