Do animals have accents based on their country of origin?
The peoples of a country perceive the sound of the animals differently. A dog sounds barks: "wau wau" in Spanish, and "bow bow" in French.
People have different accents because of environmental constraints and because of the complexity of human language which gives rise to the variation seen. Animals (except birds) have a limited range of sounds which equate to a simple form of language - if there is any variation it will be very minor.
Animals do have regional variations which could be classed as accents, for example: It has been noted that cows moo at different pitches depending on the location and size of their herding group.
Several; most of them are based on real animals, actually. For instance, Froakie is based on a frog or toad, Fennekin is a fox, or fennec fox, Chespin is a hedgehog and a chestnut shoot, Xerneas is based on a stag, Yveltal is based on an avian (bird) and shares many similarities with the long-tailed widowbird, Zygarde is based on a serpent and there are so many more. You can go on Bulbapedia and scroll…
Peru animals are as diverse as the geography of Peru. Peru animals range from Pacific Ocean fish, to piranha in the Amazon River. Peru contains tens of thousands of different species of fish, birds, and other monkeys. Peru animals are generally divided into three different zones, based on their geographic origin.
its based off a hospital in massachusetts because they mention logan airport and then when the cops go to present day they have boston accents. I think its based off Taunton state Hospital because that hospital is run down today. It is called Dever and when it was is asylum is was known as one of the most brutal and abusive asylums known throughout the country