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    Toucan Fun Fact: Toco toucans live in small flocks of about six birds. Their bright colors actually provide good camouflage in the dappled light of the rain forest canopy.

  • Kimiko Hattori

    Toco Toucan | native to parts of South America including Brazil

  • Sirpeabody Sirpeabody

    Love these at the Zoo! I learned from the zookeeper that the reason for their food tray of colorful fruit is what keeps their bright color eyes and color tones in their beak.

  • Sarah Roberts Stained Glass Art

    primarily eats fruit but I'd like to forcefeed this colorful feathered friend a baby and make him rethink his diet.

  • pennie collins

    Pretty Birds! - fairy-wren: toco toucan photo by kwtx6

  • ♥ Miss Mster ♥

    Beautiful bird

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