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Do kookaburras eat moths?


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2013-08-05 09:40:25
2013-08-05 09:40:25

Kookaburras could, conceivably, eat moths. Kookaburras are carnivorous, feeding on invertebrates such as insects, Spiders, worms, centipedes and crustaceans. They also eat vertebrates such as reptiles, fish, frogs and even small birds and mammals. Moths tend to be nocturnal, and kookaburras are diurnal, so this would limit whether or not kookaburras ate moths.

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