Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Lyrebird Sounds

Happy Weird and Wacky Wednesday! May your day be filled with lots of cool stuff!

Have you ever heard about the Lyrebird? Did you know that the Lyrebird is capable of imitating almost any sound it hears. Yes, the Lyrebird is one cool bird!! They are master mimics! They have the ability to mimic many of the sounds around them. Lyrebirds live in trees and can be found in South Eastern Australia and Southern Tasmania. They can weigh up to 2.4 pounds. The Superb Lyrebird looks like a large brown pheasant. The adult Superb male Lyrebird has beautiful ornate tail feathers that when in display form the shape of lyre.

Here is a list of some weird sounds the Lyrebird is capable of mimicking:

1. Car alarms

2. Fire alarms

3. Camera shutters

4. Mobile phone ring tones

5. Music

6. Dogs barking

7. Car engines

8. Human voice

Check out this video of the Lyrebird mimicking sounds:

Check out this web site for other cool interesting stuff about the Lyrebirds:


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