Origin: Southern Mexico, Central America, Columbia, Venezuela, Equador.
Scientific Name: Pteroglossus torquatus
An aracari toucan’s bill can be as long as six inches.
They are an arboreal species meaning they may live in the same tree for their entire lives.
They build their nests in tree holes. There are 2-4 eggs in each clutch.
Their bill is made up of a weak honeycombed structure and is mainly air between the bone sections.