What Does the ___ Say? 11 Unexpected and Unusual Animal Sounds

I bet you think you know what an owl sounds like: "Hoot hoot, duhhhh." But not so fast -- there are other, sometimes otherworldly, noises that escape from animals we think we know so much about. Here are a few that might shock and surprise you with their interesting vocalizations.
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I bet you think you know what an owl sounds like: "Hoot hoot, duhhhh." But not so fast - there are other, sometimes otherworldly, noises that escape from animals we think we know so much about. Here are a few that might shock and surprise you with their interesting vocalizations:

Who needs to hoot when you can scream? That's the motto of the barn owl, anyways:

Here are some T-Rexes, er, I mean, alligators, bellowing their brains out:

Rhinos can be so fresh:

Here's the ferocious scream of a seemingly wimpy baby goat:

Startling noises that escape 'cute and cuddly' koalas:

And here's this baby seal making noises which sound like EHBLERBBB which is kind of too adorable to handle:

Prehensile. Porcupine. Sounds. Trust me.

How about hairy armadillos (who knew they required exorcisms?):

Oh, and you know, your typical howling mouse:

The absolutely terrifying Namaqua Rain Frog:

and, of course, we have to answer the age old question of "What does the fox say?":

Got any other animal videos that show just how strange creatures' calls can be? I'm always up for hearing more unusual animal sounds!

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