lighning does make a sound but most people refer to it as thunder
This is a philosophical question. The easy answer is for communication. But other animals also make sound and at what point in time did people start making sound? Maybe then we can answer "why."
cause they makes sound god people
If you make sound rel people will believe it.
They make a snorting sound
Usally people describe it as a "crunch" sound. crunch
It will make a sound. Nobody has to be present to prove that it will make a sound. A tree cannot split it's bark, crash onto other twigs bushes (and people) without making any sound. It is not scientifically possible.
It does make a sound because the act of making a sound has nothing to do with the people around it because a sound wave would still move through the air. Regardless of who is present, it will make a sound.
Some people have described it as a snap and popping sound.
Ocean waves have a distinct sound that soothes a lot of people and can help people sleep. They make a sort of whooshing sound and almost sounds like the wind mixed with water.
Cats do not like this, because, to them it's a threatening sound.
no they do not help people hear a greater range they just make the sound louder