once in a year
Toucans do not migrate.
they are active during the day and sometimes they are awake at night. but thery mostly are active at day.
yes they do have wings but they don't usually use them because there isn't very much space in the rainforest so they hop instead.
If you are doing a report on toucans the family they belong to is Ramphastidaethey eat fruit, nuts, small fish, little bugs, berries, seeds, small insects, small reptiles and small birds.
Actually Turtles have really good eyesight and also a keen sense of smell
Whilst the keel-billed toucan is considered "threatened", it is not, as yet, "endangered". Therefore, there are no figures for its population in the wild. However, if its unique rainforest habitat continues to be degraded, it will be added to the "endangered" lists.
Predators of the toucan include large birds like eagles and hawks. Other predators are jaguars and margays, as well as boa constrictors.
okay really! are you stupid or something? YES toucans live in the jungle!
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Toucans get their water from the plants they eat. It is also obtained through rainwater gathered in the leaves and plants, and occasionally from puddles on the ground.
No toucans are not extincted actually you can see one in a zoo.
a beak to use for eating
Toucans eat fruits and berries. They also eat small animals, like small birds, lizards, and sometimes frogs. A toucan is a large bird. It is colorful and has a large, long beak. It has a short, thick neck, small wings and a rounded tail. Its beak is sharp and has saw-like edges. Its predators are hawks, and other brig birds, humans, big cats, and worst of all.....JAGUARS! They are diurnal, (meaning they are awake in the day and sleep in night, like us). Toucans are endangered because of deforestatio, (when trees ae cut down), and they are captured to be sold in pet markets. They defend themselves by using their sharp beak. They also make a calling noise when a predator is near to call their flock. Toucans are essential/important to rainforests because, they help to disperse seeds.
Hope this helped!
P.S.This was written by a 5th grader. :)
jaguars will eat anything they can catch which makes them a huge predator. I believe they might be able to catch a toucan considering they climb trees and are fast and sneaky.
Generally they lay beitween 2 and 4 white eggs
Toucans have bills after years of evolution so they can reach food in trees easier
toucans hunt for there food by flying around the rainforest and looking around for any fruits, bird eggs insects, and tree frogs
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They live alone!