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Do kookaburras eat echidnas?

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No. Kookaburras do not prey on or eat echidnas. Kookaburras prefer smaller prey, and are especially fond of invertebrates such as worms, Spiders, insects and insect larvae, as well as snakes, lizards, small mammals and birds if the opportunity arises.

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