Is there a sound associated with Earth's rotation and if so can any animals hear it?
The Earth is rotating on its axis as a single body, spinning in a vacuum. The atmosphere is pulled along with the rotation, so there are not any things moving at different speeds to make any kind of noise. However, the fact that the Earth rotates is a major factor in the creation of weather, and there are many noises associated with that, which many animals can hear, including us.
Echolocation is when an animal produces a sound and it bounces off things and comes back to the animal. Most bats, dolphins and whales use this. They use it to tell where they are because their eyesight isn't as good as their hearing. Lots of animals then use it. In a simpler form, Animals that cannot see as well as they can hear use it or if they are in the dark.
The whooping sound or rather the cooing sound is a way of communication in between pigeons and it can be associated with calling (they are calling each other ).This sound can be heard very often during pairing season when both partners hen and cock are sitting on the nest and call each other The cooing sound can be also associated in the pigeons kingdom as a message of acceptance and approval for the other partner…