The Sharpbill (Oxyruncus cristatus) lives in Costa Rica and some places of Peru, Brazil and Paraguay. This small bird inhabits in canopy of wet forests, high in trees. Adults are 16.5 cm (6 inches) in height and 42 g in weight.
It has black crown, mixed with olive, hindneck dusky, and rest of the upperparts olive-green. Face and underparts pale yellowish, brightest on belly. Face and throat scaled, breast and sides spotted with black. It feeds on insects and spiders, seeds and berries.