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Animal sounds

Here are entered descriptions, notations, or recordings of the sounds made by animals. Works on the anatomy, physiology, and behavior involved in the production of sound by animals are entered under Sound production by animals. Works on the calls used by humans to attract or lure animals and which may imitate characteristic animal sounds are entered under Animal calls.

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  • Animal language
Filed under: Animal sounds -- Juvenile fiction Filed under: Birdsongs -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Birdsongs Filed under: Birdsongs -- Africa, West

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Filed under: Animal communication Filed under: Animal communication -- Early works to 1800
  • [Info] A Philosophical Amusement Upon the Language of Beasts and Birds: Written Originally in French by Father Bougeant, a Famous Jesuit, Now Confined at La Fleche, on Account of This Work (second edition corrected; London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1740), by G.-H. Bougeant
Filed under: Sound production by animals -- Early works to 1800
  • [Info] A Philosophical Amusement Upon the Language of Beasts and Birds: Written Originally in French by Father Bougeant, a Famous Jesuit, Now Confined at La Fleche, on Account of This Work (second edition corrected; London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1740), by G.-H. Bougeant
Filed under: Sound production by animals Filed under: Hearing Filed under: Audiometry Filed under: Auditory perception -- Social aspects -- Australia Filed under: Automatic speech recognition Filed under: Vertigo in artFiled under: Vestibular apparatus -- Diseases

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