Eastern yellow-billed hornbills are part of a diverse family of birds characterized for their elaborate and colorful bill structures. This bird pair named Little Brother (left) and Bonnie (right) were photographed @indianapoliszoo. They live in the woodlands, forests, savannas and shrublands of North-eastern Africa, feeding on smalls insects, scorpions, and seeds. The beak of these hornbills is quite strong, with the ability to open tough seeds. Serrations on the edges of the beak provide yet another way to breakup food. Although their beaks appear top heavy, the internal structure is made of a honeycombed structure with air chambers, making it extremely light weight.