The Black Hornbill (Anthracoceros malayanus) has a disproportionate casque on its bill, ivory-coloured on the male and black on the female (who also has pink around her eyes). The body and wings are black but they have a white under tail band. Some Black Hornbills, both male and female, have thick, white eyebrows running down to their nape. It ranges throughout many of the islands of Indonesia as well as southern Malaysia but is becoming rare in the wild. It forages for insects, small vertebrates and berries high in the canopy layer of the tropical rainforest.