Thursday, March 24, 2011

10 Binatang Paling Berisik

10. ワニ (The Alligator)
Technically, the crocodiles do not have vocal cords, but one surprising thing is, this does not prevent them from making noise. Crocodile hissing, snorting, coughing, growling and, most notably, under water, create infrasonic sounds that cause a small roll of water on the surface, making it vibrate or "dance." Although the frequency is too low for humans to hear, but the voice can achieve long distance to reach potential partners.

9. キウイバード (Kakapo Bird)
It is native to New Zealand and worked very hard on the breeding season. Kakapo males will create a kind of amphitheater in their own neighborhoods. The latter, Kakapo be cleared, the air bag deployment in the chest, then release the high resonating voice that can be heard up to three miles away! He continued the ritual each night for four months, pumping out up to 10,000 calls.

8. ウルフ (Wolf)
If you go camping in the wilds of Minnesota and you are disturbed by the cries of wolves, do not panic, though it may sound horrible, the wolf may be 10 miles away. A howling wolf can identify each other remotely just by calling their own. When they are conducting the choir, it was meant for the predators can not guess how many wolves they will face? Whether 1 or even 100?

7. ホエザルモンキー (Howler Monkey)
The secret behind the high-pitched voice was the monkey's throat sac, which contains a special pocket in which to strengthen the voice box with calls to scare other people from its territory and away from valuable fruit at the trees. Well, that monkey really liked the fruit at trees.


6. 象 (Elephant)
It makes sense that the world's largest land animal is not only weighs a ton, but it makes a ton of votes too. Elephants use more than 25 different calls. The trunk acts as a kind of resonating chamber, speakers burst out of the large lungs. Elephants can communicate remotely with the help of infrasound - low frequency, sub-sonic rumbling which can actually be felt through the elephant's sensitive skin on the legs and trunk. There is a chance to go tuning each other.

5. セミ (Cicada)
The crickets are probably only 1 or 2 inches, but with "song" that can hit 120 decibels, it is also easily the loudest insects in the world. This bug is worthy pile of tickets for disturbing the peace, which comes as a result of hard squeezing noisemakers, called timbals, located at the base of the abdomen. No cymbals, timbals - and their contracts to create super-fast sit-ups with a sound reminiscent of the saw at full speed. Noise does have meaning: it is the male breeding calls, and more than 250 species of crickets each playing their own songs. So, if you've been looking for the perfect short songs to download to MP3 player, here are 250 ideas!

4. バット (Bat)
When the screams of the bat's head off, not only do your best impersonation Naomi Campbell, but also involves an internal GPS system. High-pitched voice acting as bat sonar to help find its way in the dark, and it makes for a pretty good map. So precise sonar, bats can distinguish between objects that are just as far apart as the width of human hair, regardless of lighting. Note to self: do not ever play "Pin the Tail on the Donkey" with a bat.

3. ニシン (Herring Fish)
Herring emmit the gas from their buttocks to talk with one another and to frighten predators, but at frequencies too low for humans have ever heard. If it sounds to us, it will sound like a jet taking off - a little hard to pretend like it's just your shoes, huh?

2. クジラ (Whale)

Whale can shout across oceans - literally. Well, at least to the blue whale, with a sneeze that can be heard on the other side of the world. The humpback win "Most CHATTY," with songs lasted up to half an hour and took more than 100 miles away. Sperm whales use sound to hunt even in the dark depths of the ocean floor, diving and navigation, such as bats with sonar signals that can be shot with the power to paralyze cannon squid. That's some stun gun!
 



1. ピストルシュリンプ (Pistol Shrimp)
A shrimp that destroyed the glass only with snap definitely worthy No. 1 on the list "Loudmouths". Found in tropical reefs around the world, equipped with a pistol shrimp, well, a pistol, in the form of large claws that shoot out bursts of water. The river water moving with such speed that it creates air bubbles. After the grenade implodes this small, it packs a great punch, creating shock waves that big whale louder than the calls that can kill fish and other shrimp up to 6 feet away. Snap the sonic also emit small flashes of light, the moment causing the temperature inside the bubbles soar more than 8,500 Fahrenheit - which is one of the hot stove you do not want to touch!




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