Toucan

The largest and probably most emblematic of all toucan species. Easily recognizable for its shiny black body and striking orange-yellow bill of about 20 cm. It is found mostly in semi-open habitat with trees; usually seen in groups hopping around trees or flying in a single line from one tree to another. Widely distributed in the Paraguayan Chaco's savannas and woodlands.

Toucan

 

 

 

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