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For those he also thought it was a feline, I'm sorry to say it wasn't...
Check out this video (minute 1:03)
To my surprise I found out some time ago,
that some snakes (King Cobra and Rat snakes) are able to growl when threatened.
Generally a typical snake hiss has a broad-frequency span (~3,000 to 13,000 Hz) with a dominant frequency near 7,500 Hz, whereas the "growl" of the king cobra consists of frequencies below 2,500 Hz, with a dominant frequency near 600 Hz.)
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Some of you may heard about a bird called Kookaburra...This australian bird has a particular "call" when it has to stablish its territory. One bird starts with a low, hiccuping chuckle, then throws its head back in cacophonous laughter, often several others join in. If a rival tribe replies, the whole family soon gathers with ringing laughter.
Here you'll hear just one kookaburra:
An interesting thing happens when more than one bird makes this sound. The sum of both "calls" beat in a way that causes a hilarious laugh ...chek it out...
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