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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Kingfisher live?

Kingfishers are a group of colorful birds that are known for their ability to dive into water to catch fish and other aquatic prey.
Kingfishers are found in almost every continent, except for Antarctica, and they inhabit a variety of habitats, such as rivers, lakes, forests, mountains, swamps, wetlands, and coastlines.
Kingfishers are territorial birds, which means they defend a certain area from other kingfishers and predators.
The size of their territory depends on the availability of food and the number of kingfishers in the region.
They usually choose a territory that has a good supply of fish and a suitable place to nest.
Kingfishers nest in holes, either in trees, banks, or termite mounds.
They often dig their own burrows using their strong bills.
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