|an old illustration of a northern hornbird|
|full-grown size||8" including tail|
|habitat||mixed grass- or woodland|
|can you eat it?||probably; not well documented, too cute to eat|
the northern hornbird is a fan-favourite of Teresi birdwatchers and small animal afficionados alike. its round, fluffy apperance makes it incredibly endearing to most people, though they are quite shy and don't stay around for people to watch for very long. you can find all kinds of merchandise styled after them though, from stuffed animals to jewelry to even dinnerware.
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- northern hornbirds have two apparent sexes, male and female. they lay about 4 eggs per pair.
- homosexuality is very common in these little guys.
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