What is a Toucan?



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    A Toucan is beautiful, colorful bird found in the rainforests of South America.  They grow up to about 25 inches long and have a 7.5 inch bill.  They live in small flocks, only consisting of about 6 birds and can live up to 20 years in the wild.  They can have between 2 and 4 eggs each year.  

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    Toucans are a type of bird found in the canopy layer of rainforests in Central and South America, ranging from Mexico to Argentina. Over 40 types of toucans exist; one type is the Ramphastos sulfuratus, or the keel-billed toucan. Toucans range in size from about half a foot to over two feet. Perhaps the feature that may best differentiate toucans from other birds is the vibrantly-colored bill that protrudes rather far from the face. Toucan feathers can be equally bright, manifesting in hues of red, orange, blue and yellow. The bold coloration can help toucans find mates. These birds nest in tree holes, laying 2-4 eggs at a time, 2-3 times per year. The toucan’s role in maintaining the rainforest ecosystem is spreading the seeds from the fruits that mainly comprise the diet.

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    Toucans are birds. They have a lifespan of up to 20 years and are generally 25 inches tall with a weight of 20 ounces. Their famous bills are 7.5 inches long. Their bills are used to catch morsels and they use it during a mating ritual.
    They nest in tree holes. These birds usually have two to four eggs annually and both parents care for the eggs and babies. Baby Toucans do not have large bills at birth but as they develop their bills become larger.
    Toucans are very popular pets. Many are captured and taken from the wild because they are such popular pets. These birds are known to be very vocal and because they are, many believe that they want to be found.

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