Where Do Toucans Live?

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Toucans are species of the family Ramphastidae of near passerine birds. They live in tropical and sub-tropical regions and are native to the Caribbean region, Southern Mexico and Central and South America.
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Toucans live mostly in South America. They live in the tropical rainforest. They live in the canopy layer. Toucans live up to 20 years.
The beautiful and colorful Toucans can be found in the rain forests of South America. They live in tropical places like Costa Rica. There are 42 types of Toucans and they are all beautiful birds.
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