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The Rufous Hornbill (Buceros hydrocorax), also known as Philippine Hornbill is the largest hornbill bird endemic to the Philippines. 

Hornbills are omnivorous birds, eating fruit, insects and small animals. They cannot swallow food caught at the tip of the beak as their tongues are too short to manipulate it, so they toss it back to the throat with a jerk of the head. 

Due to habitat destruction and poaching, they are considered "near threatened."

The Rufous Hornbill (Buceros hydrocorax), also known as Philippine Hornbill is the largest hornbill bird endemic to the Philippines.

Hornbills are omnivorous birds, eating fruit, insects and small animals. They cannot swallow food caught at the tip of the beak as their tongues are too short to manipulate it, so they toss it back to the throat with a jerk of the head.

Due to habitat destruction and poaching, they are considered "near threatened."

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