• Guillermo V.
    12/03/2019 05:53

    Gracias por compartir

  • Mark M.
    06/24/2019 11:28

    Will the producers of this video please list the cellular evolutionary steps it took to evolve this beak? It's one thing to throw the term evolution around without evidence. Quite another to back up your claims with scientific evidence. I like to call this evolution of the gaps.

  • Sumita R.
    06/20/2019 06:27

    Evolution! And they are looking amazingly beautiful 😍

  • Patty P.
    06/20/2019 02:08

    What a miracle!

  • Mark P.
    06/17/2019 20:39

    It evolved....what nonsense....god made it that way

  • Roberto .
    06/08/2019 20:44

    Evolution 😂😂😂

  • Peter W.
    06/06/2019 15:34


  • Bhaeravii L.
    06/06/2019 00:54

    Wow that's amazing. Who would have known This??

  • Carlos A.
    06/04/2019 20:55

    yeah, evolution. I wonder how man died of heat exhaustion before evolution got it right.

  • Edward O.
    06/02/2019 08:18

    Thermo-regulation seems like a very plausible reason for the Toucans' large beak. The beak seems very well served with small veins/capillaries. Then again...

  • Michael R.
    06/02/2019 07:56

    Its beak is a big radiator.

  • Mohammed M.
    05/31/2019 12:53

    Subhan Allah

  • Tyler M.
    05/28/2019 01:28

    Toucans look like tropical puffins

  • Helen J.
    05/27/2019 04:38

    I've never seen a flying toucan before but now I have.

  • Siti M.
    05/23/2019 05:07

    Beautiful birds.

  • Cathy M.
    05/23/2019 04:45

    Very cool

  • Richard H.
    05/22/2019 17:43

    Cuz- female toucans are crazy.

  • Aleksis P.
    05/20/2019 23:21

    thats pretty amazing

  • Daniel B.
    05/20/2019 14:37

    It amazes me that some insist that a feature - like a bird's beak - has to have only one function. It doesn't have to be just for attracting a mate, or to just intimidate other creatures. Or even only to cool the bird. Why not all of the above? A mate may prefer a big beak BECAUSE a big beak helps the species as a whole, or BECAUSE it keeps danger away from the female and her brood. Or because it cools the bird. Or any of a number of reasons. It's not always just one or the other.

  • Meg L.
    05/20/2019 01:33

    Interesting info

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