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It is no laughing matter when you are the most serious bird in borough. Kookaburras love to laugh. They laugh it sunny, or rainy, windy. for reason at all. When one kookaburra decides flee jokers, and goes find a more suitable flock, he finds that perhaps might just be right place after

Laughing Kookaburras are the largest kingfishers in world, and Blue-winged not far behind. Their size distinctive shape posture make them easily recognisable; their comical personable characters readily memorable. They able to live a wide variety of habitats, adapt living around humans relatively well. This cheerful familiarity has caused figure prominently psyches folklores all peoples who have inhabited Australia. family groups marked by extremes social behaviour. Whilst nest, chicks fight siblings for dominance food so aggressively that smallest chick is often killed. In complete contrast, many adult kookaburras delay own breeding order help relatives raise young. Kookaburra: King Bush provides overview unique place Australian culture natural history.

In an attempt to achieve his dream of escaping a hectic life, Farmer Mac moves with wife, Mrs Mac, rural property in beautiful little valley. Here, the Macs continue experience life different nature, full adventure and humour. Each chapter, turn, brings it characters events worthy sustained interest. main character these tales, is deep lateral thinker whose somewhat impetuous nature moderated by lovely lady, Mac.

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