10 Funniest Animal Sounds to Make Your Day Fun
Bark. Meow. Moo. Quack. We’re pretty familiar with the kinds of sounds animals make. Or are we? Turns out a lot of animals have a bigger repertoire than we give them credit for. Here are some highlights.
We know that birds sing, but squirrels? If you’re a Harris’ Antelope Squirrel, apparently so.
What? Of all the animal sounds we know about, surely we know what cats sound like? Apparently we’ve been fooled. Some cats, in fact, speak dog:
Barking like dogs is only the first step. The path to real world domination for cats means learning to chatter like humans. As soon as they solve the opposable-thumb problem, we’re all in big trouble.
Wailing Goats and Sheep
Apparently “baa” doesn’t give you enough street cred. These goats and sheep are screaming mad, and they’re not going to take it anymore.
OK, so I bet you actually know most of these sounds. But you didn’t expect them all to come out of this girl, did you?
According to Norwegian band Ylvis, the fox says “ring-a-ding-ding,” “wa-pa-pa-pa-pow,” and even “chacha-chacha-chow” (http://qltyctrl.com/ylvis-fox/). This fox has great enthusiasm, but I’m not sure he made the cut at the audition.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane! It’s … a marmoset monkey? (Are you sure it’s not a bird?)
It’s a frog, which looks like a puffer-fish, and squeaks like a rubber ducky. You can’t make this stuff up.
We don’t really have a common word sound for rabbits, do we? This bunny is “honked” off about it.
Cruising Sea Lion
Most sea lions just say “arf, arf.” This one dreams of cruising the open road in a sweet ride, complete with sound effects of screeching brakes and telling off drivers who get in his way.