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The silvery-cheeked hornbill (Bycanistes brevis) is a large black and white hornbill. It has long eyelashes to protect its eyes from sun and dust. The bird shows A conspicuous silvery-grey face, whereas crown, nape, chin and throat are black. The male has a large creamy casque on the curved, cream-colored bill. There is a yellowish line at bill base. The eyes are brown, surrounded by blue-black eye-ring. The female is similar in plumage but smaller, with smaller, greyer casque. She has pink eye-ring. Silvery-cheeked hornbills are residents of the tall evergreen forests of East Africa from Ethiopia to South Africa.
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