. Tucano . Tucan . Toucan . オオハシ . 큰 부리 새 . 巨嘴鸟 .
Amazon Animals from Sloth Toys!
Tuca is an Amazonian bird, the Tucan, in his indigenous dialect, Tupi-Guarani he is a Tucano, the one with a boney beak.
Tuca is also a malandro, known as street smart, but not your average one. Tuca is a true believer of go with the flow, like Bruce Lee once said, be water my friend, that is Tuca, nothing shakes him. He likes the easy life, relaxing on a tree, cooling himself with his beak, sometimes he keeps it full, the jungle provides great fruit pulps, he loves the purple drink, sipping it while sunbathing, spreading his wings smiling, breathing the fresh breeze of the Amazonian air, oh that's the life! Gliding always amazed at the view up in the air, the nature in the Amazon, so beautiful in perfect harmony, but one thing Tuca can't stand or tolerate is seeing the innocent being taken advantage of. He toys with the other animals, fair, sometimes he makes jokes about them, fair, but he always gathers a crowd to laugh at each other, he picks on each one giving them nicknames, telling tales about them that never happened, he is a true ice breaker, and not a very correct one, although no one has seeing one unite the jungle near a bonfire with never ending exagerated stories, like Tuca. No one is protected from his jokes, specially not him. Tuca loves to make fun of himself, he charms the crowd with his tales, makes fun of all, and at the end he provides an uplifting tale about all, inspiring all, next to a stary night, and a good warm bonfire.
Ok let's talk about what he doesn't tolerate, and it's another fella, but a sneaky street smart, the monkey, Moa (Moacyr). Moa, is a bit obsessed with bananas, he will take it from Armando, from Tito, even from Mia, he is a sneaky one... And Tuca at the end of the day has morals, and doesn't like to see one constantly benefiting from others, that's not the law of the jungle man... Here the easy breeze should blow for all, mother nature provides and we abide as simple as that... you will find Tuca saying.