It’s not uncommon for a wide variety of kind in the animal world to imitate human actions and gestures. However, one bird in seems to be an Australian zoo in another league, have picked up one of the most terrifying sounds — the whining of a child. Now a video of the bird call has taken place social media by thunder, with a lot of freaking out over how accurate it seems to the cry of a human child.
Although Taronga Zoo is closed to guests due to Covid-induced lockdown, zoo keepers recently heard loud screams sound, only to realize it came from their resident lyrebird, named Echo. True to its name, zoo authorities said the bird has “AMAZING” ability replicate a variety of calls – including a baby’s cry!”
the seven-year- deafening imitation of old male lyrebird not just drew attention of the zoo authorities but also have netizens talking online, with the clip is going viral social media place.
Watch the video here:
Lyrebirds are incredible imitations, and are known for imitating the sounds of chainsaws, car engines, car alarms, barking dogs, music, ringtones and humans voice, 9 News reported.
Leanne Golebiowski, Department Supervisor of birds in the zoo, told the guard that Echo started using fragments of stirring sound An year ago but is “working” on his craft” during the Covid lockdown in Sydney.
Although zoo authorities are not sure where Echo chose up the noiseGolebiowski assumed the talented bird must have learned it from someone young visitor. “But this worries me because I thought the zoo was a happy one” place for families to visit!” said Golebiowski.
And they have a right to be concerned since Echo chose other not-so-pleasant ones sounds also, including the zoo “evacuate now” announcement. Say it’s the . has mastered sound of An power drill “which is scary accurate”, the staff added it can even nail the fire alarm.
When the video went viral, it became left many confused, with a lot of social media users say it must have been a very “terrifying” experience for the zookeeper”. Others, however, couldn’t stop met crack jokes appreciate the bird ability imitate sound so perfect.
Imagine this bird mimicking the roar of the T. rex from Jurassic Park. Dinosaurs couldn’t roar like that, but can you imagine that the people’s comments 😂 That’s right folks. I’m a dinosaur! 🦖 https://t.co/f8cANiPmET
— François Boonzaader (@FrancoisBoonza1) September 4, 2021
Holy shit, that’s well done by die lyrebird. Right on par with Attenborough’s registered copy. Also disturbing if one imagines the same ability in a sci-fi predator that lures dinner. https://t.co/AfTEbGNIeL
– Kevin Leroux – Vaxed, baybee! (@LeKevbo) September 4, 2021
imagine that you in the night shift works and this should be https://t.co/O8CFBJ7Pom
— aster / wolf 💜 (@asterysms) September 3, 2021
LMAOOOO nature is too funny https://t.co/TYid6ly0z9
— marvin (@bankrizzle) September 3, 2021
This is both unbelievably cool and creepy as hell https://t.co/LawFqKn7gg
— Kemhariya lover (Artistic Ankylosaur/Tim) (@TimVersteeg4) September 3, 2021
This is the worst thing I’ve ever heard in my life
— Dear Eugene (@eugenebalougene) September 4, 2021
Echo is a great lyrebird to be able pick up on a baby cries!! I would think it’s really a baby to cry. Echo has the pitch down to a tee. I would like see more of Echo please.
— Melissa Warfield (@MelissaWarfield) September 4, 2021
Never let him in escape the wild!! that is scary-astonishing! 😱
— Alcira Doring (@AlcherdJ) September 4, 2021
this is so me real horror movie potential here
— Cyclopes (@LittlePirateSe1) September 3, 2021
— UCF Sam (@spiderlegs2) September 3, 2021
— Post-apocalyptic dinosaur 🦤 (@nyrorosaurus) September 3, 2021
That poor zoo keeper that should listen to both children howling all day and now the lyrebird too! 🤣
— Chelsie Sims 🦕 (@ChelsdoesStuf) September 3, 2021
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