Animal Sounds

Want to hear an animal roar? Or maybe a cat purr? Check out Animal Sounds Today!

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This is an interactive adventure game where the choices you make affect your path through the story. You can also play the game simply by asking for new animals.

Meet the Animals!

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Chipmonk
Chipmonk

Chipmunks are omnivores they eat both plant- and animal-based food.

Eastern Olive Toad
Eastern Olive Toad

The eastern olive toad is found in the African savanna where they prefer wooded areas with high day time temperatures.

Bald Eagle
Bald Eagle

Bald eagles are large birds of prey native to North America.

Hyena
Hyena

Hyenas are large, dog-like, carnivores.

Donkey
Donkey

The young of a donkey is called a foal.

Crocodile
Crocodile

Crocodiles are reptiles.

Warbling Vireo
Warbling Vireo

Warbling vireo has grey or olive green back and wings, yellow flanks and undertail coverts and white throat and belly.

Rhinoceros
Rhinoceros

These brilliant beasts are known for their awesome, giant horns that grow from their snouts. Hence the name rhinoceros, meaning nose horn.

Lemur
Lemur

The name Lemur is actually Latin for spirits of the night.

Mongoose
Mongoose

Mongooses are weasel-like creatures that belong to the group of Carnivores.

Boar
Boar

Wild boar has long, rubbery snout that is used for digging of underground roots and bulbs.

Peacock
Peacock

They can fly, despite their massive trains.

Crow
Crow

A group of crows is called a murder.

Turkey
Turkey

The turkey's distinct noise is only produced by males and is basically a way for the male to announce itself to potential mates while also, hopefully, scaring off other males.

Lynx
Lynx

A Lynx is able to detect a mouse from a distance of 250 feet.

Yellow Vented Bulbull
Yellow Vented Bulbull

The yellow vented bulbull appear to be nomadic, roaming from place to place regularly.

Chicken
Chicken

There are more chickens on earth than people – 25 billion.

Squirrel
Squirrel

Squirrels can find food buried beneath a foot of snow.

Bobcat
Bobcat

The bobcat is named for its tail, which appears to be cut or bobbed.

Rattlesnake
Rattlesnake

Rattlesnakes hibernate through the winter and come out in the spring to eat and then mate.

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