Black-casqued Hornbill - Ceratogymna atrata
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The Black-casqued Hornbill is also known as the Black-casqued Wattled Hornbill. They are found in Africa. They are sexually dimorphic. The male is black and the female is black except for a brown rufous head and neck. Both are blue around the red eyes. The male also has a blue wattle. They mostly eat fruit (e.g., figs, oil palms, etc.), but will also eat small animals and insects.