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Male Helmeted Hornbill, Rhinoplax vigil,
High in the canopy of the jungle. The Helmeted Hornbill, Rhinoplax vigil, is a very large bird in the hornbill family. It is found in the Malay peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo. This species has a bare, wrinkled throat patch, blue in females, red in males. The casque is large and heavy looking and ends bluntly part way along the beak.
Habitat
primary forest, tropical jungle
Location
Sukau, Borneo
Date taken
2007
Scientific name
Rhinoplax vigil
Equipment used
Canon 450D, Canon 100-400mm zoom lens
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Opus Editor
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What an amazing bird! This is a superb picture Carole-Anne.

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Opus Editor
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I'm back again Carole-Ann, just to say that I've now uploaded this fine picture to The Opus article.

Many thanks for sharing it with us.
 

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