Jumat, 01 Februari 2013

Laughing Kookaburra


The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | Laughing Kookaburra | The Laughing Kookaburra is a stocky bird about 45 cm (18 inches) long, with a large head, prominent eyes and a brown bill is very important. The tail is dark rusty red-orange with brown and white tips on the feathers. The name "Laughing Kookaburra" refers to the bird, "laugh", which they used to establish territory between families. A bird starts to laugh with a soft sobs and throws his head back in raucous laughter: often several others join If a rival tribe is within earshot and replies, met the family before completing the bush laugh. The Kookaburra is also the subject of the children's song popular in Australia, the kookaburra.

Kookaburra occupy forest land (including forests) dissolved in family groups, and their laughter serves the same purpose as a variety of other birds calls for the demarcation of territorial boundaries. Kookaburra Kingfisher hunt the most (or even Australasian robins) do: by perching on a branch or wire comfortably and waited patiently for its prey password. Usual prey include mice and small mammals of similar size, large insects, lizards, small birds and chicks, and most famously, snakes. Small prey are preferred, but sometimes Kookaburras large creatures, including venomous snakes much more than her body. u During the breeding season, the laughing kookaburra would engage in a behavior similar to that of a wattlebird. The male then offers his capture, with an "oo oo oo" sound

If the food supply is not sufficient for the chicks, fight chicks, with the hook used as a weapon. The smallest chick can also be killed by his older brothers. If food is abundant, parents spend more time hatching chicks and so small that it is not able to fight. It is not uncommon for the Kookaburras to snatch food from the hands of people without warning, plunging in from afar.  

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