One of the birds unique to Australia is kingfisher. Australia’s kingfisher is the world’s largest fisherman. Like other herons, kingfishers have large and plump bodies, short necks, long and dotted beaks, and short legs. Their homeland is the east coast of Australia and they were introduced to Western Australia in 1898. Kingfishers are best known for their hysterical and human-like laughter, which they make at sunset and sunrise time. They also often sing in chorus to mark their territory. Kingfishers are carnivores, but they eat almost anything. They are regional and mostly live with partially grown chickens of the previous season. You will find them in remote areas and in many rural areas.