Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae) - terrestrial tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea, The kookaburra's loud call sounds like echoing human laughter. carnivorous. Kookaburras are known to eat the young of other birds, mice, snakes, insects and small reptiles. They have also been known to take goldfish from garden ponds. In zoos they are usually fed food for birds of prey. HALCYONIDAE.
Dingle Peninsula Loop Trip
By car or bicycle, this self-guided tour offers spectacular views and plenty of Irish history
SF Zoo's new tiger cub via Cute Overload:.... #Relax more with healing sounds:
MAMA!! MAMA!! MAMMMMMAAA!!
La Pantera Rosa ataca de nuevo - Blake Edwards: http://sinera.diba.cat/record=b1639869~S9*cat
Fur seal, Doubtful Sound, Fiordland National Park, Southland, South Island, New Zealand
Monkeys have vocal tools, but not brains, to talk like humans
THWARTED SPEAKER Macaque monkeys have vocal tracts capable of producing enough vowel sounds to speak English and many other languages, a new study finds. But the monkeys’ brains aren’t up to the task of enabling their airways to articulate words, researchers say. ~~ jinterwas/flickr (CC BY 2.0)