These creatures won't win any Grammy awards for their vocals, but the fact that some of them sing, or sort of do, at all might surprise you.
When dad returns late to the nest to take over kid duties, mother finch lets him have it.
Scientists say they've figured out at least 13 different vocalizations used by the animals to express various emotions.
Sperm whales create social cliques based on a shared dialect of vocal clicks, evidence that humans are not alone in having culture.
When females are smelled but not seen, the mouse sings a complex song. But once his intended is in sight, he becomes more subdued.
Like happy kids, whales and dolphins often squeal with delight when something good comes along. Continue reading →
Seahorses growl when grouchy, with researchers now wondering what additional sounds these and other tiny marine life make. Continue reading →
The animal kingdom is full of vocal mimics, including some who use the skill to cleverly outwit others.
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