Kookaburras

What eats a kookaburra?

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In the past, the indigenous Australian people would have eaten kookaburras.

Native predators of kookaburras include quolls, Birds of Prey and pythons.

Introduced animals which hunt and eat kookaburras are cats and foxes.

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