What is the furthest animal

Rhinos - not entirely harmless!

Kenya (Kenya): Ol Pejeta Conservancy | The rhinoceros is considered to be "the most furious animal in Africa". It defends its territory against conspecifics and sometimes rams trucks out of myopia).
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Rhinos often live as solitary animals, but they can also appear in small, matriarchal herds in savannahs. Bulls are mostly loners and live territorial. The individual animals inhabit narrowly defined territories, which are marked with urine and excrement, as well as the paths that are frequently used. During the day rhinos sleep or hang out in the wallowing areas, and you can see them actively eating at dusk and at night. They are shy animals that avoid human proximity. Reports of the animals' aggressiveness are usually grossly exaggerated. When it comes to attacks, the attacks are hardly targeted, but can result in fatal injuries due to the horns, the front teeth and the strength and mass of the animal. A rhinoceros also runs at speeds of up to 45 km / h (12.5 m / s) and thus just outperforms top human athletes.
Source: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nash%C3%B6rner

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