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Alligators – hiss, grunt, roar, quak                          Antelopes – snort
Anteaters - hrow                                                        Badgers – growl
Bats – screech                                               Bearsgrowl, groan, moan, roar                            Beeshum, buzz                                                     Beetlesdrone,  click

Birds – chirrup, chirp, twitter, tweet, sing, whistle     Bitterns – boom
BlackbirdswhistleBonobos – chirp, squeal, screech, shriek, squeak, hootCalvesbleatCamels – gruntCapuchins – chirp, chatter, trillCats – mew, purr, meow, miaow, hiss, yowl, screech, caterwaulChaffinch – owChickens – cluck, cackle, bock, chirp, crow, screech, peep, cockadoodledooChimpanzees – pant-hoot, grunt, scream, chatter, screech, barkChinchillas – squeak
Cicadas – chirp
Cows – moo, low, bawl (calf), bellowCoyotes – yelp, cry, snarlCrickets – chirp, creakCrows – caw, cah
Cuckoos – coo, cuckooCurlews – pipe
Deer – bellDingos – bark, cryDogsbark, woof, arf, bay, bow-wow, howl, yapDolphins – click
Donkeys – bray, hee-haw
Doves – coo-cooDucksquackEaglesscreamElephantstrumpet, roar, moan, rumbleEmus – drumFalconschantFerrets – dook
Flies – buzz, humFoxes – bark, yelp, simperFrogs – croak, ribbit, gribbitGeese – cackle, gobble, hiss, honk, quackGibbons – whoop, chirp, screech, wailGiraffes – bleat
Goats – bleat, baaGorillas – hoot, bark, grunt, whine, pock, pantGrasshoppers – chirp
Guinea pigs – squeak
Hamsters – squeak
Hares – squeak
Hens – cackle, cluckHermit crabs - chirp
Hippopotamuses – bellow, rumble, roar, growl
Hogs – grunt, snort
Horses – neigh, snort, whinny, nicker, sputterHumans – whisper, hum, whistle, cry, scream, sing, talk, moan, laugh, sputter, mimic other animals, cooHummingbirds – hum, twitterHyenas – laugh, scream, whoop
Jackalsgecker, howlJays – chatter, screechKangaroos – chortleKoalas – scream, bellow, wailKomodo dragons – growl, snarl, hissLambs – bleat, baaLarks – sing, warble
Linnets – chuckle
Lions – roar, growl
Llamas – mawMagpies – chatter
Mice – squeak and squealMonkeys – chatter, gecker, gibber, whoop, screechMoose – bellow
Mosquitoes – whine
Narwhals – squealNightingales – pipe, sing, warbleOkapis – cough, bellow
Orangutans - Groan, grunt, smooch, wheeze, chirp, squeal, sputterOstriches – chirp, bark, hiss, low humOwls – hoot, scream, screech, shriekOxen – bellow, low
Parrots – mimic a variety of sounds, screech, squawkPeacocks – scream
Peafowls – screamPigs – snort, grunt, squeal, oink
Pigeons – coo
Porpoises – whistle, clickPrairie dogs – bark
Puffins – chirpQueleas – chatterRabbits – squeak, drum, growl (when cornered)Raccoons – trill
Rats – squeak, eek, bruxRavens – croak
Rhinoceros – bellow
Robins – chirpRooks – caw
Roosters – crow
Seagulls – scream, squawk, mewSeals – bark
Sheep – bleat, baa
Snakes – hiss
Sparrows – chirp, twitter
Squirrels – squeak, chatter, clickStags – bellow
Swallows – twitter, squealSwans – cry
Tapirs – whistle, squeak
Tigers – growl, roar, snarlThrushes – whistle, singTokay Geckos – croak
Turkeys – gobble
Vervets – chirp, chatter, grunt, bark, coo, sputterVultures – scream
Walruses – groan
Whales – sing
Wolves – howl, cry, yellWrens – trill, warble
Yaks - low, moanZebras – whinny, whoop

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Comment by AReality on June 8, 2014 at 13:56

Thanx zivar!, for the comment and my pleasure you find these blogs ineteresting.

Comment by zivar on June 7, 2014 at 19:43

it was so interesting

Comment by Nadiyah on March 8, 2014 at 3:34

Awaiting your formulation, bro :-)
I wonder if some of us are vampires :-))

Comment by AReality on March 8, 2014 at 3:28

Interesting Nadiyah Sister, I will try to formulate this sound and for this purpose I must recently released vampire movies, hahaha Welcome Nadiyah sister, your comment is interesting.

Comment by Nadiyah on March 8, 2014 at 2:32

Hi brother you have to add Robert's explanation about sound of a vampire :-)

Hope everyone will be careful when facing this kind of men. the disguise is not known by anyone. Robert's explanation is quite helpful and you may add different sound of a vampire.

Here is Robert's explanation about a vampire : "One with a desire to take the life of another's blood, the desire is for oneself, a soft tender move that makes one think their getting something they crave ,yet later find there changed forever.The blood is taken never again to be given. I think this sound has to be quite sweet ,tempting and very quiet .But it feels so good why else would you let me bite you".

You can guess the kind of sound a vampire or EC friends can help you to formulate the kind of sound, or you can hold a championship :-P

Sound interesting :-P Ha!

Comment by AReality on March 7, 2014 at 16:36

Nadiyah, I think Mr. Rober knows how Vampire hissss when they are angry or looking at their prey,

Thanx Nadiyah visiting my blog

Comment by AReality on March 7, 2014 at 16:34

Thanx Mr. Robert, Humming is the sound of and is really a nice musical and harmonic sound, I like it myself too, but when I m happy I often sings in a loud voice and start teasing my co league.

In the above list of sound, humm is the sound of humming bird too, Thanx for your nice comments

Comment by Nadiyah on March 7, 2014 at 15:52

Hi Mr. Robert, how about the sound of a vampire? did you know about it or will you create it? Lol

Comment by Robert on March 7, 2014 at 15:50
I love the creativity of this , I want to add the sound of a happy human ... For me it is humming , I often hum ;a soft sound it's says many things but mostly that I am content.
I think I am most happy when I see someone I am with ,
that opens their heart with a smile .
Comment by _SERA on January 29, 2014 at 22:31

whatta  fascinating view  of peachs , just  nibbling  my  lips  =D  looking  tasty  

10x  u  4 that  bro  :)

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