The Great Hornbill is a species of hornbill. The bird lives in the rainforests of Asia, from India down to the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Like all other hornbills, the female of this species makes its nest in a tree hole. The chicks are then born, and the male feeds his mate and young food through the hole. The bird is threatened by poachers who target it for its beak and farmers encroaching upon their habitat. The bird's natural predators include tigers, leopards and snakes such as the Reticulated Python.