By Sarah Legge
Kookaburras reside in kin teams marked by means of the extremes of social behaviour. while within the nest, chicks struggle their siblings for dominance and nutrients so aggressively that the smallest chick is usually killed. In whole distinction, many grownup kookaburras hold up their very own breeding as a way to aid their kin elevate young.
Kookaburra: King of the Bush offers an entire assessment of kookaburras and their special position in Australian tradition and typical history.
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Kookaburra: King of the Bush (Australian Natural History Series) by Sarah Legge