Yep, that's right, another Rhydar question. This one features yet another unusual trait of Rhydars: they are carnivorous, more or less. That's right, if you enter a Rhydar's territory, they won't just attack you for the heck of it, they can, will, and plan to eat you!
This may have evolved naturally; herbivores like deer can and do scavenge carcasses, and since Rhydar are naturally violent creatures, they should end up with lots of carcasses to scavenge. I say 'more or less' because I'm perfectly willing to settle for them being omnivorous as long as they can act like predators. So far, it looks like Rhydars becoming omnivorous, or even carnivorous, isn't much of a stretch.
So, then my question is: how would they adapt as they become more predatory? Claws are unlikely, fangs are likely, but what else? How would echolocating rhinos adapt for a more carnivorous lifestyle? Strong jaws, tusks perhaps? A longer tail to aid in maneuvering?