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Maracanã-de-cabeça-azul (Primolius couloni)

Maracanã-de-cabeça-azul (Primolius couloni)

Red-breasted Toucan or Green-billed Toucan (Ramphastos dicolorus) occurs naturally throughout central, southern and eastern Brazil, eastern Paraguay and far north-eastern Argentina. It inhabits Alantic forests.

red-breasted toucan or green-billed toucan (ramphastos dicolorus) occurs naturally throughout central, southern and eastern brazil, eastern paraguay and far north-eastern argentina. it inhabits atlantic forests

Keel-billed Toucan - by Doug Brown

The Green-billed Toucan (Ramphastos dicolorus), also known as the Red-breasted Toucan, is found in southern and eastern Brazil, eastern Paraguay and far north-eastern Argentina.

The Red Breasted Toucan (Ramphastos dicolorus) or Green-billed Toucan is fairly common in its range that includes the Atlantic forest of eastern and southern Brazil, eastern Paraguay and extreme northeastern Argentina. Its range is the southernmost of all toucans. Toucans eat mostly fruit therefore filling an ecological niche in that they aid in the dispersal of seed. Additionally, they will prey on insects, small reptiles and raid nests of other birds in order to add necessary protein to…

The Red Breasted Toucan (Ramphastos dicolorus) or Green-billed Toucan is fairly common in its range that includes the Atlantic forest of eastern and southern Brazil, eastern Paraguay and extreme northeastern Argentina. Its range is the southernmost of all toucans. Toucans eat mostly fruit therefore filling an ecological niche in that they aid in the dispersal of seed. Additionally, they will prey on insects, small reptiles and raid nests of other birds in order to add necessary protein to…

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