File:Ramphastos sulfuratus -Belize Zoo-6a-2c.jpg
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|Description|| Ramphastos sulfuratus
English: Keel-billed Toucan (also known as Sulfur-breasted Toucan and Rainbow-billed Toucan) at Belize Zoo, Belize. Belize Zoo keep over 125 animals all native to Belize. The animals at Belize Zoo were either orphaned, born at the zoo, rehabilitated animals, or sent to The Belize Zoo as gifts from other zoological institutions.
|Date||2009-01-15 14:18 (UTC)|
|Source||originally posted to Flickr as DSC_0472-1 and uploaded to commons as Ramphastos_sulfuratus_-Belize_Zoo-6a.jpg|
|This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: cropped on two sides to a square. The original can be viewed here: Ramphastos_sulfuratus_-Belize_Zoo-6a.jpg. Modifications made by snowmanradio.
|Camera manufacturer||NIKON CORPORATION|
|Camera model||NIKON D50|
|Exposure time||1/30 sec (0.033333333333333)|
|Date and time of data generation||15:18, 4 June 2008|
|Lens focal length||55 mm|
|Horizontal resolution||300 dpi|
|Vertical resolution||300 dpi|
|Software used||GIMP 2.6.1|
|File change date and time||21:44, 8 January 2009|
|Y and C positioning||Co-sited|
|Exposure Program||Normal program|
|Date and time of digitizing||15:18, 4 June 2008|
|Image compression mode||4|
|Maximum land aperture||5 APEX (f/5.66)|
|Flash||Flash did not fire|
|Sensing method||One-chip colour area sensor|
|Custom image processing||Normal process|
|Exposure mode||Auto exposure|
|White balance||Manual white balance|
|Digital zoom ratio||1|
|Focal length in 35 mm film||82 mm|
|Scene capture type||Standard|
|Subject distance range||Unknown|
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