The toucan is best known for its large, colorful beak that extends up to half its body length. Despite its large size, a toucan's beak is very light because it is made of keratin. The bright beak colors gives the toucan camouflage in the colorful rainforest canopy. Toucans are omnivorous, using their powerful beak to feed on fruits and berries, as well as eggs, insects, and even small reptiles and mammals. While typically spotted as solitary birds, toucans often live in groups of 6 or 7.

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