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have a hide like a rhinoceros

To have the ability to ignore verbal attacks or criticism from others. If you're going to pursue a career in politics, you need to have a hide like a rhinoceros and not let criticism bother you.
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have a skin like a rhinoceros

To have the ability to ignore verbal attacks or criticism from others. If you're going to pursue a career in politics, you need to have a skin like a rhinoceros and not let criticism bother you.
See also: have, like, rhinoceros, skin

have a hide/skin like a rhiˈnoceros

(informal) be tough and not easily offended; have no fear of criticism from others: Say what you like about him, he won’t care; he’s got a skin like a rhinoceros.
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The low number of positive cases and localized paucibacillary lesions support the hypothesis that white rhinoceroses, although susceptible to infection, are able to limit disease progression (10).
Since there is no reproductive barrier in African black rhinoceroses, the genetic diversity improvement will involve pilot outbreeding programs among the fragmented populations across the ecological range [5, 27, 29].
Prehistoric and fossil rhinoceroses from the Malay Archipelago and India.
As per an official notice board on the outskirts of the park, Kaziranga has 1,552 Great One-horned Rhinoceroses, 1,432 Asiatic Water Buffalos, 468 Eastern Swamp Deer, 1,048 Asiatic Elephants and 478 species of bird species.
So convincing was Durer's fanciful creation that for the next 300 years, European illustrators borrowed from his woodcut--even after they had seen living rhinoceroses without plates and scales." (britishmuseum.org)
A World Heritage Site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world's Great One-horned Rhinoceroses.
The diversity of Siwalik rhinoceroses is clearly dependant on climatic conditions.
All of these scholars work primarily from tax and tribute records of the Tang dynasty to establish where rhinoceroses might have been found; pharmacopoeias also provide some information.
But staff at the 110-acre zoo are hoping this won't deter the three-year-old greater one-horned rhinoceroses from hitting it off so that they eventually hear the pitter-patter of rhino feet.
In his play Rhinoceros, for instance, he depicts a small, provincial town whose citizens turn into a huge herd of conforming, unfeeling, and unthinking rhinoceroses. The one exception is Berenger, a kind of everyman character.
There's evidence of ancient monkeys, pigs, antelopes, rhinoceroses, elephants, horses, giraffes, and mole rats.
Some 2,500 Indian rhinoceroses live in the wild in India and Nepal.
Nepal said Tuesday it will donate a pair of rhinoceroses to Japan as symbols of friendship between the two countries, Japanese Foreign Ministry officials said.
The earliest reference which links rhinoceros horn to wine drinking goes back to Confucius himself which dates back to around 500 BC at the time rhinoceroses were still to be found within the borders of China.