No. Kookaburras are neither poisonous nor venomous.
Collective nouns for kookaburras are a flock or a riot of kookaburras.
No. Kookaburras are birds.
Kookaburras drink water.
No. There are no kookaburras in South Africa. Kookaburras are native to Australia and the island of New Guinea.
Kookaburras are not an omen of anything.
No. Kookaburras are carnivorous.
No. Kookaburras do not have hair on their tongue.
kookaburras are famous because of their laugh
Kookaburras live for 30 years
Kookaburras are neither extinct nor endangered.
Kookaburras lives in trees on the branches.
No. Rabbits are too large for kookaburras.
No. Kookaburras do not and cannot eat people.
Calgary Kookaburras was created in 2007.
Kookaburras are birds. Birds do not become pregnant.