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The Kookaburras The Kookaburras are the only Australian team, male or female, to win a medal at each of the last four Olympic Games.
I think everyone's getting carried away with cricket balls as well, going on about Kookaburras and Dukes.
We were able to catch up with one of the Kookaburras last hour.
So we'll enjoy that with the Kookaburras and the Dutch team this afternoon.
Press Conference ��� Perth, 18 January 2009 - Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs
His official duties started last night, where he and I both attended and observed the training of the Australian men's hockey team, the Kookaburras and the Netherlands 'men's hockey team, who are about to start a four test match series.
Joint Media Conference, with Netherlands Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen ��� Perth, 19 January 2009 - Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs
Kookaburras are predatory birds and they often let you come close.
We wake in the morning to the sounds of tigers roaring, elephants trumpeting, lemurs screaming, crocodiles roaring, parrots squawking, Kookaburras kooking -- do they kook?
Kookaburras in Australia can be a bit confronting too.
Kookaburras, Wattle birds, Peewits, doves, crows/ravens, magpies, 29 lorikeets and rainbow lorikeets... all of them up in that tree.
And two Kookaburras, who were sitting on the fence, were so tickled with it all, that they laughed and laughed till they made everyone else laugh with them.
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