Toucans, tucancitos, and arasaríes are studied in Ramphastidae family. These birds are native to the Americas and most live in tropical forests. The location extends from southern Mexico to northern Argentina. At arasaríes also seen to be called toucan-tilingo
All members of this family have long, thick beak. Despite its rugged appearance, the peak is very light weight. Not being any disruption to the flight, and although they look a little awkward when you see them flying in the bush, do so with great skill.
The peak, as pens, is different and attractive colors. The legs are strong and spend the most time perched in trees. The diet is based mainly on fruits, being supplemented with insects and small animals, including other birds and their eggs.
The nest is made in holes in trees. Do not add any material to the nest, lay eggs in the bottom of the hole. Little is known of breeding birds, those that have been studied, the clutch is two to four white eggs.