The Colorful Keel-Billed Toucan

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The keel-billed toucan is the national bird of Belize, and for good reason. This beautiful avian has a mostly black, sleek plumage that contrasts nicely with its brightly colored beak and neck, which makes it one of the most striking birds in the Amazon.

Watch the video to see this colorful, big-beaked bird in its natural habitat.

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