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Aves - Neognathae - Coraciiformes - Bucerotidae - Aceros - Aceros subruficollis

Sternum (Breast Bone) of a Aceros subruficollis (Plain-pouched Hornbill)

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Species Description
The Plain-Pouched Hornbill is found in the mixed deciduous and evergreen forests and lowlands of southeast Asia, predominantly in Thailand, Burma and Malaysia. Recognizable by their bulging yellow gular pouch, this hornbill eats primarily fruits that it forages for in the canopy. However, it will occasionally descend to the forest floor, where it has been known to take insects and small vertebrates.
Skeletal Elements Available

Sternum (Breast Bone)

Left Femur (Left Upper Leg Bone)

Right Femur (Right Femur)
External Links
Animal Diversity Web
Encyclopedia of Life
Wikipedia Plain-pouched Hornbill Page

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