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Meet the laughing kookaburra

[Sound on 🔔] Do you recognize this call? It's been used in many movies as a background sound for jungle scenes. Meet the little bird behind it.

06/09/2020 7:04 AM
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  • Juwan M.
    07/01/2020 20:50

    we’ve been bamboozled years

  • Kelvin L.
    06/26/2020 15:44

    I used to love hearing this birds call, during the two visits to Australia, some years ago 🙂

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    06/22/2020 16:17

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  • Raven H.
    06/19/2020 16:07

    I will never watch Jungle scenes the same way again!

  • Donna T.
    06/19/2020 08:26

    🐦💙

  • Valerie I.
    06/15/2020 03:14

    Do we even have them here

  • Anandakumar B.
    06/13/2020 06:45

    Good information

  • Sandra C.
    06/13/2020 05:16

    I got it right! Thank you, San Diego Zoo!

  • Karen C.
    06/13/2020 03:34

    Kookabura

  • Susan H.
    06/13/2020 00:02

    , be sure you sound is on!

  • Belinda H.
    06/12/2020 01:24

    Love. Them. 😃

  • Antoinette P.
    06/12/2020 01:23

    Every Tarzan movie I saw as a child I heard these birds!

  • Jared H.
    06/11/2020 23:24

    Australian cukaburra(sp?)

  • Alison V.
    06/11/2020 12:26

    according to Wikipedia the Kookaburra was imported into Western Australia from Victoria, between 1896 and 1912. Now wide spread they are part of the local bird scene, but not TRUE locals.

  • Anna F.
    06/11/2020 03:41

    It is a Bird, not an animal.. as mentioned in the early part of this clip.. please! ha ha :-)

  • Júlio T.
    06/11/2020 02:12

    Já viu um desses por aí, Mafa () ?

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    06/10/2020 23:53

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  • Rochane T.
    06/10/2020 20:57

    There are some good indigenous dreamtime stories about the Kookaburra ✌️

  • Colin J.
    06/10/2020 14:32

    Thank you

  • Milind S.
    06/10/2020 13:56

    Amazing