The Great Indian hornbill is a large colorful bird found in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Its impressive size and color have made it important in many tribal cultures and rituals. Female Great hornbills are smaller than males and have bluish-white instead of red eyes, although the orbital skin is pinkish.
These pair was captured while great and exchange their love as part of their live. The most distinctive feature of the hornbills is the heavy bill, supported by powerful neck muscles as well as by the fused vertebrae. The large bill assists in fighting, preening, constructing the nest, and catching prey.
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