Compared to hummingbirds, yes. Compared to albatrosses, no.
Toucans range in size from 130 g (4.6 oz) and 29 cm (11.5 inches), to 680 g (1.5 lb) and 63 cm (29 inches). Their bodies are short, like a crow and compact. The tail is rounded and varies in length, from half the length to the whole length of the body. The neck is short and thick. The wings are small, because they only need to travel short distances.
Toucans are a bird and are big, so yes and yes.
Toucans are omnivores who have a lifespan of up to twenty years. On average they are twenty-five inches tall and weigh about twenty ounces. The bill of an adult Toucan is seven and a half inches long. They live in small flocks and their colors are bright which is good camouflage in the colorful rainforest. They nest in tree holes and lay two to four eggs each year. Both parents care for the eggs.
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