Semnornis ramphastinus ramphastinus
The Toucan Barbet has a conspicuously small beak. Is a distinctive bird found in humid forests growing on the west Andean slopes in north-western Ecuador and south-western Colombia. While it remains fairly common locally, it has declined due to habitat loss and trapping for the cage-bird trade.
In the past, it has been grouped with the other barbets in the Capitonidae. However, DNA studies have confirmed that the New World barbets are more closely related to the toucans than they are to the Old World barbets.
The Toucan Barbet is unusual among fruit-eating birds in that it breeds cooperatively, with several helpers aiding the dominant breeding pair with incubation and raising the young.
Fact Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toucan_Barbet
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