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The wreathed hornbill (Rhyticeros undulatus) is an Old World tropical bird of the hornbill family Bucerotidae. It is named after its characteristic long, curved bill that develops ridges, or wreaths, on the casque of the upper mandible in adults. 


The bird died of natural causes. The skin was cleaned and processed to serve as a decorative object. By purchasing this piece you confirm that you are aware of any import requirements of your country. The images shown are part of the description.


If you have any questions about this beautiful piece, please feel free to ask.

Rhyticeros undulatus

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