In this exhibition, mirrors are used to reflect a degree of rhinoceros subjectivity. This is denoted textually by the sounds they use to communicate. Rhinoceros are largely solitary creatures, yet have a range of different social behaviours that include olfactory, visual and auditory communication. They communicate by scent marking: dung scattering and urine spraying, but also have a range of vocalisations that include: Hiss, Pant, Snort, Moo-grunt, Hic-throb, Humph, Bleat, Squeak-pant and Shriek,

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Jenikejew, J., Chaignon, B., Linn, S. et al. Proximity-based vocal networks reveal social relationships in the Southern white rhinoceros. Sci Rep 10, 15104 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-72052-0