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Name for black cuckoos?

The scientific name for a Black Cuckoo is Cuculus clamosus. The crossword puzzle answer for for the clue 'black cuckoos' would be Anis. The ani is a black, tropical cuckoo.
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What does the bird cuckoo eat?

They eat spiders beetles, moths, butterflies, caterpillars and insect larvae which they catch with their pointed beak. Some also eat other small animals, like lizards and snak (MORE)
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What is a cuckoo?

A Cuckoo is a bird. It lays one egg in a nest of another bird species. When the Cuckoo chick hatches, it ejects from the nest the eggs and/or chicks of the birds which built t (MORE)

Why do the warbler and cuckoo live together?

The warbler and cuckoo live together because the cuckoo bird lays its eggs in the warblers nest. The cuckoo's eggs look so much alike; when the warbler comes back to its nest (MORE)
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What are special features of the cuckoo?

It's a bird that makes the sound "cuckoo" and is famous for laying its eggs in other birds nests. The cuckoo chick then hatches before the other eggs, and pushes them out of t (MORE)

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What is a cloud?

  Very simply, a cloud is "FOG" that is above the Earth's surface, rather than in contact with the ground.   Clouds and fog are one and the same thing, very tiny dr (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Cuckoo and warbler?

The cuckoo and reed warbler are birds that have a symbiotic  relationship. Cuckoo birds will deposit their eggs in a nest  already established by the reed warbler. When a cu (MORE)

What is the process in which water circulates from the ocean to the clouds to the clouds to the land to the rivers and then accumulates back into the ocean?

This process is called the water cycle where the water in the ocean is heated by the sun and evaporates forming clouds. When the clouds are full and cannot take any more water (MORE)