Southeast Asia, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo, and Java
Found in lowlands and hill forests
A large banana shaped casque that is perched atop the bill (and whose function is debatable) is the most distinguishing feature of the rhino hornbill.
Diet in the Zoo: fruits, vegetables, and prepared commercial hornbill food
Diet in the Wild: fruit and insects
Over 20 years
The nesting habits of Bucerotidae are interesting in that the incubating female is sealed inside of a tree hole with mud while the male provides food through a small hole in the mud.
The rhino hornbill is under no imminent threat but habitat alteration could harm populations in the future.