Toco (disambiguation)

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Toco is a village on the island of Trinidad.

Toco or Tocos may also refer to:


Toco Municipality Municipality in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia

Toco Municipality is the second municipal section of the Germán Jordán Province in the Cochabamba Department, Bolivia. Its seat is Toco.

Toco, Cochabamba in Cochabamba Department, Bolivia

Toco or Toko is a locality in the Cochabamba Department in central Bolivia. It is the seat of the Toco Municipality, the second municipal section of the Germán Jordán Province. At the time of census 2001 it had a population of 827.

Toco, Texas City in Texas, United States

Toco is a city in Lamar County, Texas, United States. The population was 89 at the 2000 census.


Toco toucan species of bird

The toco toucan, also known as the common toucan, giant toucan or simply toucan, is the largest and probably the best known species in the toucan family. It is found in semi-open habitats throughout a large part of central and eastern South America. It is a common attraction in zoos.

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Tocos do Moji Municipality in Southeast, Brazil

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Northern Range Mountain range in Trinidad and Tobago

The Northern Range is the range of tall hills across north Trinidad, the major island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The hills range from the Chaguaramas peninsula on the west coast to Toco in the east. The Northern Range covers approximately twenty-five percent of the land area of Trinidad.

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Saint David County County in Trinidad and Tobago

Saint David is a county in Trinidad and Tobago which occupies 202 km2 (78 sq mi) in the northeastern corner of the island of Trinidad. The main town in the county is Toco. It is bounded to the north by the Caribbean Sea, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by Saint Andrew County and to the west by Saint George County. Saint David County consists of a single Ward, Toco, although Tobago was formerly administered as a Ward of Saint David.

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Sangre Grande region Regional Corporation in Trinidad and Tobago

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Toucan family of birds

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