What sound does a flamingo make?
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Answer . The noises they make are like talking. Some are warning signals, other sounds are contentment or they are irritated. They squeek mainly, but it's the high/low pitch that tells you if they are content or frightened.
Take two boards, 1" by 3", about 2 feet long and holding themforming a "V" at the bottom, and quickly slap the tops together. I found that throwing a coconut at a wooden fence sounded best. If you have a microphone and amplifier, blowing puffs of airdirectly into the microphone can make sounds that …are similar togunshots or explosions. ( Full Answer )
A flamingo is a long legged pink feathered wading bird of Africa.It has a large down turned beak for sifting shallow lakes for shellfish etc which maintains the pink plumage. The broad pink wingshave black wing tips. There was also an aircraft of the 1930s called the De Havilland(UK) Flamingo. It wa…s a four engined airliner and could carry 20odd passengers. ( Full Answer )
A horse can whinny, scream, nicker, and even low growl. When a horse nickers it can mean that it likes something, or when it's feeding time, they nicker to their feeders. When it screams it can mean a warning, an urgent call, or (GET AWAY!!!). When a horse whinnies, it may be trying to find somethin…g, answering another horse, or letting something (or someone) know that it is his. The Neigh or Whinny A neigh sounds like a squeal followed by a nicker and is very loud. The term whinny is also used to refer to a neigh. When a horse neighs (or whinnies) with his head high, he is looking for other horses or people. The Nicker The nicker sound is produced when a horse creates a vibrating sound with his mouth closed using the vocal cords. When a horse nickers quietly, and moves toward a horse or person, he is saying "hello". When a horse nickers intensely and shakes his head, he wants to mate. When a nicker is much softer and quieter than a "hello" nicker, it's usually made by a mare to her foal. The Blow The blow sound is produced when a horse exhales through his nose with his mouth shut. A horse blows when it's curious, or when greeting another horse. When horses meet nose to nose and blow on each other, they are greeting each other. . If the horses continue blowing gently followed by other actions such as nuzzling, they are friends. . If one or both of the horses nip at the other, stomp their front feet, strike out, or squeal, it means they are enemies. When a horse blows at something he usually curious. . If the horse relaxes all is well. . If the horse tenses up or shies away, it senses danger. The Snort The snort sound is produced when a horse exhales through his nose with his mouth shut and produces a vibrating sound in the nostrils. Very often the horse holds his head up while snorting. When a horse snorts and stares at an object he is checking for danger. The Squeal A horse squeals with his mouth shut. When a horse squeals it means no. The Scream A horse screams while fighting with another horse. ( Full Answer )
Here is a website with the different sounds a goat makes that you can listen to. They make these sounds for different situations or how they feel. http://www.goats4h.com/GoatSounds.html
Snowy Owls make a sound that seems to ask, "Who...?" They also hoot, whistle, bark, squeal, chitter, and hiss. Some of the sounds they make may heard from as far as seven miles away. Access the related Cornell Lab of Ornithology link listed below for actual sounds and more information:
They make a really loud and weird mewing sound. Its been used to good effect in a few murder mystery shows.
When air from the lungs is passed over the vocal cords inside the larynx, they vibrate. This makes a sound. The vocal cords are tightened or relaxed to change their length. This changes the speed of vibration which alters the pitch. If only the larynx is involved, the sound comes out as a dull 'aaah…' in varying pitch. No recognisable words can be formed without the use of the lips, teeth, tongue and palate. This is why people with serious facial injuries or with many teeth missing often have trouble speaking or being understood. ( Full Answer )
Whales don't make sounds like we do. The three most common sounds awhale makes are clicks, whistles, and a type of call. Whales makethe sounds by pressing air between balloon like structures whichare located in their head.
i am not shure but i know when the are scared or are mating they make a low hissing noise
Sound is a compression wave in the air, made by effectively hitting the air sharply, or making it vibrate as in an organ pipe
it is shrimp since shrimp is pink and also other pink pigments . flamingos are born white!!
The sound made by a flamingo is not nearly as beautiful as their appearance. It is one that is difficult to describe. It sounds something like a warbling squack.
You blow into it with a large "raspberry" type fassion, tightening your lips to get a higher pitch.
Sound is mechanical energy, and anything that exhibits movement canmake sound. But the sound has to have something to travel in. A gasor a liquid or a solid is a medium, and the sound will travel inthem (or will be conducted through them). But something must moveto supply that mechanical energy that… will create (will become) asound. There are countless examples. Pluck the string on aninstrument. Tap a drum head. Blow into a whistle. Drop a glass on ahard floor. Hit a nail with a hammer. We could go on and on. Somekind of mechanical energy initiates movement. And the sound springsfrom there because the mechanical energy put into moving somethingis carried away with the sound. ( Full Answer )
I think they called is sound cause god wanted it to be sound not anything else that's all why does it matter about why they named it sound? It's dumb to see the question isn't please like if you agree! P.S. I see you :-) !!!!!!
Flamboyance means bold, brilliant, showy, which describes how flamingos can look. A group of flamingos is called a flock.
Sound is vibration of (mostly air) molecules. Humans hear sounds from about 20 Hz (=20 vibrations per second, deepest bass) to about 20.000 Hz (20.000 vibrations per sec., very high sizzling) The vibration is tranmitted from the air to your ear and your brain interprets it as a sound. So actually YO…U make a sound a sound :-) ( Full Answer )
no. If you love them so much get them in statue form for your yard.
The Hoover and similar bass sounds are made with three low frequency oscillators set to an octave apart, and pulse-width modulation.
How do I make a flamingo costume I really want to be a flamingo for Halloween but i don't really know how to make the costume Any Advice?
I suggest you where all pink. Buy or make (out of paper or party hats) a beak and put it on. If allowed die hair pink. Walk normally but when walking to a house sneak up to the door, balance on one foot and ring bell. Try to stay balanced.
When you blow across the embouchure hole, the air that goes inside the flute vibrates. When you open a hole, the air is released from being trapped in the flute and goes out of that way. the air that vibrates is sometimes called the air-spring, and the shorter it is,the higher it is.
What makes a flamingo pink is the food it eats like shrimp considering shrimp is a pinkish color and also other pigments they eat.
Some of the following sounds are made by water in various situations: splash, drip, gurgle, babble, quack, hiss, and bubble.
There are many ways or reasons a tree can fall: . an old tree . a hollowed out tree . a diseased tree . an old, diseased, OR healthy tree hit by lightning . an old, diseased, OR healthy tree compromised by wind So, a tree can creak before falling or come down without priorcreaking. When it fa…lls, words we most likely associate with thatsound are: thud, boom, crash, etc. The branches can hit branches onother trees as the tree falls; this can make a swishing, crunching,or knocking sound--or a little of each. ( Full Answer )
Different string instruments have different ways to make sound. Pianos hit the strings with a felt covered "Hammer", a Guitar creates a sound when the guitar player plucks a string. Either way, each string instrument makes sound by the vibration of the string.
Yes, bald eagles emit a high pitch squeaking sound that can sound very mechanical and complex. They communicate in a series of these chattering squeaks. They actually sound nothing like a hawk.
Well, Your body makes weird sounds depending on how it fells and what it wants. An example is when your hungry your stomach will make a growling sound stating that it wants food. Your body also gives you hits like if you start to sweat it means that your body is having a hard time keeping up with th…e exersize that your making it do. ( Full Answer )
Flamingos eat large quantities of shrimp. .....Not. They eat Spirulina -- a species of algae found only in a few lakes in Africa, the main one being Lake Tanganyika, which is the second- largest freshwater lake in the world. Spirulina has a HUGE amount of carotenoids in it (several versions of v…it A that make carrots have their orange color) which is why flamingos are pink. It is a very nutrient-dense food, and is one of the few foods that is considered to be 100% nutritionally complete. In other words, an animal can survive solely on spirulina -- and that is exactly what flamingos do. There's NO way the person who first answered this question could honestly mistake algae for shrimp...they are not even in the same Kingdom of living organism...my sincere recommendation: do not answer questions if you aren't sure of the answer. You might get someone in trouble. ( Full Answer )
Possums make loud hissing sounds and grunting noises when they are afraid, engaged in territorial disputes or in protective mode, defending themselves. They also make an unusual long, punctuated growl.
A phoenix's sound is kinda like a soft cry but at the same time it is like a soft song,too.
A violin makes vibration sounds from when the bow moves the stringsback and forth, It has a very smooth warm tone when playedcorrectly, if not it sounds very crunchy.
Tables don't make sounds because they are nonliving creatures. And yet, many non-living things make sounds. If a table creaks, doesn't that qualify?
Inside the accordion are reeds. These reeds are usually made of steel and are placed in a wooden frame. When you blow air over the reed, it vibrates and produces a sound. Each reed is connected to one of the keys on the accordion so that the reeds are covered unless you press a key. When you press d…own a key, that reed is able to vibrate and sound. The bellows are important because they are the source of air. By moving the bellows in and out, you move air over the reeds. ( Full Answer )
To make the sound you have to make a buzzing sound with your lips. To change pitch you press the valves down so you go higher. As you go higher you need to tighten your lips to reach the note.
i would say maybe the same a regular bee makes not for sure on that. lol
Spiders don't have any vocal chords so they can't make any sounds with their mouths. Some spiders such as tarantulas can make almost a hissing sound by rubbing the hairs on their legs together.
Well,what I think is that a hornet makes a sound like what a bee makes.Buzz,or whatever.Now,thats all I know,but I don't think its the correct answer.So if you know some ideas,please tell me.
The male flamingo (a bird) has sex with the female, she lays an egg, and a short time later, the baby flamingo hatches from the egg.
Yes,it does and also other pigments because shrimp is pinkish so it turns flamingos pink they are originally white when they are born.
Very difficult indeed. The easiest way would be to record a faucet running on high. Don't know of any software that creates the sound of water ... so the best would be to simply download some good waterfall sound effects and import into your project.
my flamingo Pinky bit off Tony's ear and made a babbling sound when blood rushed from Tony's ear she said 'i kill you"
This is just their way of communicating within the herd, to predators, and to humans as well. Animals talk, just as humans do it simply is in a different way. Donkeys are used for protection for herd of sheep and goats, when the donkey senses that a predator is near, it will bray. Their bray has a v…ery high octave that will scare off the predator. ( Full Answer )
Individual atoms are about one angstrom in size. Sound waves -- the vibrations of matter that we can hear -- must have wavelengths of at least (about) .005 meters, or 5,000,000,000 angstroms. Now a COLLECTION of atoms -- in any state of matter -- can indeed cause and propogate sound waves, and ind…ividual ones have a certain probability of reacting to those vibrations within that collections. But this probability is lower than that of a reaction due to heat or light in the medium carrying the sound. When an individual atom changes it energy state, it emits a photon, which is FAR different from releasing a sound. ( Full Answer )
It can. However, it is also used for small explosions and reports. Other words used for shots are pow, blam, kapow, and kablam.
Yes. Flamingos' pink coloration derives from pigments called carotenoids, which are the basis of red/pink/orange coloration in a variety of animals. These pigments cannot be generated by animals, but originate in photosynthetic organisms (plants, algae, some fungi and bacteria) and are then passed f…rom one species to the next via the food chain. There are 5 major carotenoids found in flamingos, coloring everything from their egg yolks and livers to their feathers and preen oil: echinenone, canthaxanthin, phoenicoxanthin, astaxanthin, and phoenicopterone. The 6 species of flamingos get their carotenoids from different sources, as a result of the fact that variations in bill morphology allow the birds to access and ingest different-sized prey items. These include diatoms, brine-shrimp, plant seeds, mollusk larvae, and, in particular, cyanobacteria such as Spirulina. Although these foods do not look pink on their own, they contain carotenoids that flamingos metabolize and express in their tissues. If you see pictures of young flamingos, you will notice that they are whitish-grey, rather than pink; you may also notice that there is quite a bit of color variation even among fully-grown adult birds. Depending on the species, flamingo juveniles do not start expressing their pink coloration until they are 2-4 years old; adults' pink coloration varies according to how many carotenoids they consume and how healthy they are. When flamingos were first held in captivity, keepers had a hard time maintaining the birds' pink color because they were stressed and not eating natural diets. Commercial food mixes were eventually developed, but not until keepers had tried a variety of other solutions (sometimes successful, sometimes not), including mixing carrot juice in with the flamingos' food and water. Sources: Kear, J., and Duplaix-Hall, N. 2010. Flamingos (Poyser Monographs). London: T and AD Poyser Books. Ogilvie, M.A., and Ogilvie, C. 1986. Flamingos. Stroud, UK: Sutton Publishing. ( Full Answer )
FLAMINGOS can eat so diff. from humans. They can fly which is also what a human cant do either.
During mating season, koalas become very territorial. This is whenthey make an unusual growling or grunting sound, quite loud forsuch a small animal. They are also known to make loud bellows,snore-like grunts, snorts and wails. Thehe es sounds are particularly loud for such a small animal.Researche…rs have discovered that they are capable of producingsounds more suited to an animal the size of an elephant because ofvocal folds located outside of the koala's larynx, known as velarvocal folds. These velar folds are more than three times longer andapproximately 700 times heavier than usual vocal folds found inother species, which also have the folds within the larynx, ratherthan outside. ( Full Answer )
Vibrations cause sounds. A sound wave is the vibration of the air around whatever is "causing" the sound (aka, whatever is causing the vibration--a guitar string, vocal cords, the mechanics of a stereo, etc).
Flamingos are not endagered they say they are but there not.But there numbers are dropping quite quiqly so that makes people say that there endagerd