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 Video by @Tus_Viral | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing.
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Now avalable viral products on Instagram! Follow @Tus_Viral (Link in Bio) Proud member of Tus_Viral Team Video by @Tus_Viral | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing. Check out @Tus_Viral for a portrait of this bird! . . #luzonhornbill #hornbills #birds #philippines #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #philippines #statenisland #nissan #challenge #instaedit #chiangmai #pond # # # # # #

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Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing.
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Read. Learn. Save. #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing. Check out @joelsartore for a portrait of this bird! . . #luzonhornbill #hornbills #birds #philippines #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether

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View marcia_mh_'s Instagram #Repost @natgeo: Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing.
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#repost@natgeo: Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing. Check out @joelsartore for a portrait of this bird! . . #luzonhornbill #hornbills #birds #philippines #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether

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Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving an opening just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing.
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Tarictic ! #repost@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving an opening just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing. . . #luzonhornbill #hornbills #birds #philippines #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether

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View smokedhoney's Instagram @Regranned from @natgeo -  Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving an opening just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing.
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@Regranned from @natgeo - Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving an opening just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing. Check out @joelsartore for a portrait of this bird! . . #luzonhornbill #hornbills #birds #philippines #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether- #regrann

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View natgeo's Instagram Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing.
Check out @joelsartore for a portrait of this bird!
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Video by @JoelSartore | Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing. Check out @joelsartore for a portrait of this bird! . . #luzonhornbill #hornbills #birds #philippines #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether

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View joelsartore's Instagram Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing.
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Luzon hornbills are native to the forests of Luzon and other islands in the Northern Philippines. They live sedentary lives in groups of up to 15 birds and can be quite territorial, defending their turf from other birds in order to continue feeding on the insects and fruit there. Most species of hornbills form monogamous pairs. The female will lay her eggs in a natural tree cavity and then she and the male will seal her in by building a wall of dung and mud across the opening, leaving a hole just large enough for her male counterpart to deliver her food. This is a great way to avoid predators during incubation and early chick rearing. . . #luzonhornbill #hornbills #birds #philippines #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #photoark

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View worldwidezoos's Instagram A #LuzonTaricticHornbill (#PenelopidesManillae), also called #LuzonHornbill in #AtticaPark #Greece
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A #luzontarictichornbill( #PenelopidesManillae), also called #LuzonHornbill in #atticapark #Greece It's coming from the forests on #luzonand nearby islands in the northern #philippines

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