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Do eagles eat kookaburras?

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Yes. Eagles do eat kookaburras, given the opportunity. However, eagles prefer wide open spaces for hunting, and are more interested in pursuing mammals. Kookaburras tend to stay in bushland, where there is not enough space for the eagles' wingspan to hunt effectively.

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