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Krása a nádhera Dannyy🔥❤️
I feed 8 of them every morning as well as 2 Magpies and 2 crows
Where I live in south Western Australia, its the first sound you hear in the morning and the last sound in the evening. another thing about the kookaburra is, they have the tinniest feet for a bird that size. 🙂🙃
There are a few hanging out on power line in front of my house. One day as I walked home I saw a long ‘string’ hanging from the claws... as I get closer, the kookaburra was wacking a 1/2m or so snake against the power pole to kill and possibly tenderize the meat before gobbling it down the hatchet! 😜
if chopper was a bird
I always thought it was a monkey.
Thanks do much for the information!!!
Thyey would drive me mad laughing whilr I tried to fix something,or fell over.
*shows picture of the kookaburra
Then proceeds to say "and no, it's not a monkey. It's not even a mammal"
Yeah of course duh! We all know kookaburras are a special type of fish with the ability to breathe through skin, that's why they can survive on land for hours. And when they're out of the water, they make that laughing sound.
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