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Characteristics of the yellow-billed hornbill
The beak of the yellow-billed hornbill is strongly curved, yellow-orange with a reddish-brown tip. Its eye, with a yellow iris, is surmounted by a large white eyebrow. The feathers of the upper breast and wing covers are black with obvious white speckles. The underparts are entirely white whereas the tail feathers are black. Although slightly smaller, the female is similar to the male.
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