The rhinoceros’ best-known feature is its horn, and it is the largest land animal after the elephant. It has a big, robust body with a large head, short neck, broad chest, thick skin, and short legs. Each foot has three toes, meaning that a rhinoceros’ footprints look like clovers. The rhinoceros has no incisors or canines, and its mouth is pointed to allow it to munch on leaves, twigs, and fruit it pulls from trees with its upper lip. The horn is a common target for poachers, meaning that the rhinoceros is currently in danger of extinction.