Cuckoo or Cuckoo (English: Asian koel; Scientific name: Eudynamys scolopaceus)
Cuculidae are found in South Asia, China, Southeast Asia, including Thailand. Is a close relative of E. melanorhynchus (English: black-billed koel) and with E. orientalis (English: Pacific koel), both of which are sometimes subspecies of E. scolopaceus, a close relative of E. Melanorhynchus (English: black-billed koel) and E. orientalis (English: Pacific koel), both of which are sometimes subspecies of E. scolopaceus, a parasite that spawns the bird and other birds. Genetic cuckoos are unlike other varieties because they eat a lot of fruits (frugivore). Wildlife Protection in Thailand According to the Wildlife Conservation and Protection Act 1992, the name is "Raven" and several other names, including the English name "koel". It is a bird used as a great symbol in Indian literature.