Scientific Name: Ramphastos toco
Found In: woodlands, savannas and dry-semi open areas in Argentina, Peru, French Guiana, Bolivia, Paraguay, Suriname and Brazil
Size: average 24 inches
Diet: Frugivore: mainly eat fruits, but opportunistically eat various types of insects and eggs of other birds
Threat Level: Least Concern, the pet trade is a threat
Facts: This species is the largest of the toucans, and has the biggest beak in regard to body size of any bird species.