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Every day a good day to love a hornbill

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

It’s only unfortunate that they can’t be released back into the wild, since the danger out there shows no sign of abating.

Hornbills belong here , they have been here a long time before people... but now endangered by the 2 legged predators who cut down the forests ... I see this often , they go into the forest to cut down the biggest trees to sell the wood for some money ... sad .

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In Nong Nooch the hornbills sit in tiny cages, terrible to see.....

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On some islands (Ko Payam, Pulau Ubin) you can still see a lot of these beautiful and very playful birds.

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