I have read that toucans are frugivores their diet consisting of fruit and berries.
There are 42 species of toucans in the world today. Scientists don't know how many toucans are in existence because they move around so much.
Koalas do not have large claws, but they do have very strong and sharp claws.
Actually there are millions such as snakes and toads , because toucans live in the rain forests.
Polar bears claws can grow as long as 7to8 inches and longer depending on the size of the bear.
toucans have many diffren't adaptations.One of them is there beeks.it is long and shiny also there claws
Toucans have claws as an adaption so that they can grab onto branches sso that they dont fall and they have support. EG If they went to snip a fruit they wouold have support and balance.
they peck the enemy on its body or scratches it with its sharp climbing claws....and they have little handguns under there beaks that they use for long distance targeting.
Toucans can grow to about 60cm (2 ft) long.
All birds have claws on their feet and the claws can serve various purposes depending upon the bird. The one thing that all claws do for almost all birds, is allow them to grip and hold fast to the branch or other object they are perched on. In the case of toucans, it is to allow them grip so they can perch and walk along the branches they generally feed from without falling.
While not as big as those of predatory birds, all birds have claws to some degree.
Toucans get their names from their beak, because it is long and very wide.
Toucans can not swim, because they can not hold there breath for very long.
with some of its advantageous adaptations. one thing that keeps them safe is their long claws. two on each feet. also their bills help them stay safe.
Females shead their claws males don't their claws are 1 inch long.