Zoo Zone

September 13, 2000

What's for dinner?

Toucans eat fruit, insects and small reptiles.

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Toucans are known for their bills, which are often brightly colored and weigh much less than they appear. In fact, toucans' bills are very fragile. The birds prefer to live high in the forest, where they hop from branch to branch and nest in holes in trees.

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