Keel-billed Toucan

Where can I see the Keel-billed Toucan

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The Keel-Billed Toucan is a brightly coloured bird found in Central America and South America.

They are the national bird of Belize. Keel-Billed Toucans are the largest toucans in the world, and they are known for their colourful beaks.

Their beaks can be up to 6 inches long! Keel-Billed Toucans eat a variety of fruits, insects, and other small animals.

They live in tropical rainforests and can be seen near rivers and swamps.

Keel-Billed Toucans are monogamous birds, meaning they mate for life. They build nests out of sticks and lay 2 to 4 eggs.

Animal population
50 000 – 499 999
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IUCN Classification
Least Concern (LC)
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Geeky Facts about the Keel-billed Toucan

Fact 1

Keel-billed toucans are social animals and they live in a flock of 6-12 individuals.

Fact 2

The sound that these birds make has been likened to that of a frog.

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They only prefer to fly very short distances.

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Areas of Natural Beauty where you can see the Keel-billed Toucan in the wild