Does the word alligator Have a short a sound
like your moms!
for communication and mating calls
look on u tube
alligators make a sound alligators make a squeling sound when they are ready to come out.
Mating and defense, I believe
No. There are a short A, a short I, a long A, and a schwa-R.
Yes. The first A has a short A sound, while the second is a long A. (ahl-ih-gay-tur)
Rethink your question... it sound idiotic.
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A dove makes a coo sound. They often do this when they are signaling each other about danger or during mating.
They hiss to call to their mates during mating season!
If English is not your first language, then this is the "sound like" spelling for alligator. The alligator is a reptile closely related to the crocodile found in certain parts of the Gulf Coastal US.
Red tail foxes and domestic cats make a screaming sound. Domestic cats make this sound when mating or in danger.
The A in crab is a short A sound, as is heard in the rhyming words cab, gab, and tab. The short A sound is also seen in apple, alligator, and happy.
they make sound by using their mouth and diaphragm and they use it for scaring off prey, defending territory, mating and communicating.
Winged manakins produce a unique sound while flapping their wings. This sound is their mating call. It is said that the males develop their sound to be specific to their love.
Platypuses do not have a mating call. They only tend to make any sort of vocalisations when they are threatened or disturbed, and even this is a very soft growling sound, barely discernible.
The sound that grasshoppers make by rubbing their legs together is a mating call. This is their primary means of calling out to another for mating purposes. The males are the primary ones to call.
Wrong answer pal it sound's like a dieing monkey ^^
Cats meow, hiss, growl and purr. When mating, they may also moan.
"harder, long neck." "put that carrot in the vegetale soup."