The hornbill is a large bird found in many parts of Africa. They are easily recognizable by their long, curved beak. Hornbills are omnivorous and eat a variety of things, including insects, fruit, and small mammals. They live in trees and are very good climbers.
Hornbills are monogamous and mate for life. The female lays eggs in a nest high up in a tree and the male helps her incubate them. When the chicks hatch, the male feeds them his own blood to help them grow strong.