Also known as Sulfur-breasted Toucan, Rainbow-billed Toucan, is a colorful Latin American member of the toucan family. They has two toes facing forward and two facing back, because the Toucans spend a large portion of time in the trees, this helps for the birds to stay on the branches of the trees and hop from one to another. It can be found from Southern Mexico to Venezuela and Colombia. The Keel-billed Toucan is sometimes kept in captivity, which I'm not agreed, because such a beautiful bird should be in the wild, not in your homes. Also in spanish is called "Tucan Payaso" like Clown Toucan, because of it colors.
It roosts in the canopies of tropical, subtropical, and lowland rainforests, up to altitudes of 1,900 m. It roosts in holes in trees, often with several other toucans.
This toucan was photographed at the Barranquilla zoo.