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Everyone that comes to the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica hopes to see the “fruit loops” Toucan.His formal name, Ramphastos sulfuratus, or Keel-Billed Toucan, lives in groups of 2 to 6, they like a hollowed out tree cavity resulting from decay to nest in, or living trees at nine feet to ninety feet. They are a common resident of the wooded regions throughout the Caribbean lowlands to 4000ft. They feed on berries, fruits, insects and the occasional small lizard or snake.You can tell when they are nearby by the unmistakable croaking, which sounds like a mechanical winding of an old clock. crrrik, crrrik,[…]

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