The toco toucans are extremely gregarious and social, spending most of the time in pairs or flocks consisting of around six members. They take turns cleaning each other’s body using their bills. The toucans are quite mobile because of the continuous change of available fruits in their geographical habitat.These birds are monogamous and breed only once a year, with the breeding season occurring in the spring. During mating, either the female or the male use its bill to collect fruit to initiate a fruit toss with its potential mate. After a successful courtship ritual, the male bird engages in sexual intercourse with the female. These birds are primarily omnivorous. However, they mainly thrive on fruits.