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Animals make sounds with their bodies and with objects, such as when a coyote howls, when a bird chirps, when a cat purrs, or when an alligator roars and smacks the water with its head. Animals make sounds for the same r... More »

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The sound of the blue whale, which measures 188 decibels and travels up to 500 miles, is the loudest among all animals, according to the Smithsonian National Zoological Park. On land, the loudest animal sound comes from ... More »

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Find WAVs of animal sounds at sites such as Cornell?????????s Macauly Library and Freesound. Both sites offer large selections of high quality audio animal sounds that users can stream and download. More »

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Learn to call animals by listening to the sounds they make and then trying to replicate the sounds using your mouth. If you cannot make a good imitation of the animal sound using your mouth, try building or buying a call... More »

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