Laughing cuckoo is a common sound heard in the bushes in Australia. It is a rooster, a common bird of Australians. Spread across the country, this amazing bird has grouped into the Bhumish tree Kingfisher because of its colorful body, large head, and ability to dive. These caucuses are endemic to Australia and New Guinea, and are primarily part of the Dazelo family, and are divided into five species.
– Scattered Kukabura – Shovel-billed cuckoo – Rufus – Cuckoo with bellies – Laughing cuckoo – Blue – Winged Cuckoo These birds live on the tops of tall trees and near rivers. Although they belong to the Kingfisher family, these birds rarely eat fish. They feed on rats, small reptiles, insects as well as other small birds. Chickens are between 28 and 42 inches long
It weighs about 300 grams. The sound of a cuckoo laughing out loud is very popular and has been used in old movies as well. It is said that they usually mark their limits by ringing. Unlike other species in the animal kingdom, the rooster can be considered an endangered species in Australia.
Australian stamps and banknotes have been issued from time to time with the image of the Cuckoo. You will hear the cuckoo smile at this link,