Animal Communication Sounds

by Taylor Borst

Animal Sound Communication is the transfer of information from one animal to another using sounds

Coyote

Coyotes use barks, yips, and howls to mark territory and to let other coyotes know where they are


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Bottlenose Dolphin

Each dolphin has its own unique whistling sound that it uses to identify itself


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Red Squirrel

Red Squirrels will make rattles, screeches, and yips when an intruder comes too close to their territory.


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Alligator

Male American alligators will roar to get the attention of female alligators when they want to mate.


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Lions

Lions will roar to claim territory.


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