The Laughing Kookaburra is a bird that makes laughing sounds similar to that of humans. Most times, when this particular bird makes it bird call at night, some Nigerians would raise 'curses' on the bird because it sounds like the laughter of a human being. I know that it sounds bizarre to hear a bird that laughs like a normal human being but this article will give you some information about this bird. Many people don't know what this particular bird looks like, so I have gathered some information and images concerning this bird.
The Laughing Kookaburra is the world's heaviest species of Kingfisher and is also one of Australia's most iconic birds. They can be found in places like woodlands, the open forest, farmlands and even in urban parks and gardens. As the name implies, the Laughing Kookaburra laughs just like a human but its laughter is more of a high pitched sound unlike the normal human laughter which is not always of a high pitch. Below are some pictures of this iconic bird.
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