Study shows how elephants produce their deep ‘voices’

by Blogburger on August 4, 2012

African elephants are known to be great communicators that converse with extremely low-pitched vocalizations, known as infrasounds, over a distance of miles. These infrasounds occupy a very low frequency range — fewer than 20 Hertz, or cycles, per second — that is generally below the threshold of human hearing.

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