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The Black-out Toucan or Ramphastos Sulfuratus is the future version of the Keel-billed Toucan also known as Ramphastos Sulfuratus. After many years of warmer climates the ice age had finally returned and some creatures had to evolve to live in the colder climate this would include the Black-out toucan who has adapted in many ways. The first is longer head and tail feathers to survive the harsh winter. The second is larger claws to be able to stay in trees during harsh winds. The third is loss of bright color which has changed to a white and greyish mixture to blend in better with snowy climates. The fourth adaptation is a larger beak which would help with collecting more sparse berries. The fifth and final adoption is just a larger form in general, which assists the bird in warding off new predators.