Eats snakes, insects, lizards, worms, snails, fish, frogs, small birds, and small rodents
They gather into groups of three or more, including the breeding couple and helpers.
the kookaburra is an Australian bird also called the laughing kookaburra, because its voice sounds like the laugh of a human. Kookaburras use various sounds to communicate with family members and others to transmit messages to neighbors. They live in small groups of a breeding couple plus some helpers who are generally male. The helpers watch over the chicks, bring them food, and help to protect the territory.
Photo: Hilit Shulov