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Males and females work together to raise young, with the males bringing food to a nest cavity that is later sealed up with mud.
Consumes fruit, insects, small mammals and reptiles.
Throughout Singapore and southern Thailand, Borneo, Sumatra and Java.
Audubon Zoo has had some great success with breeding these rare birds using whiskey barrels for nesting boxes.
- The Rhino hornbill is the largest of the hornbill species.
Animalia, Chordata, Aves, Coraciiformes Bucerotidae, Bucerotinae
Place of Birth
Up to 50 inches long and up to about 6 pounds
Dark with orange and white tail, beak is primarily white
Has been known to live up to 35 years