Giraffes Hum to Each Other Throughout the Night, And Zookeepers Never Noticed
Geege Schuman stashed this in Giraffes
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it's not below our hearing threshold, it's at 92 Hz
previously, scientists had wondered about how giraffes communicate since scientists speculated that they couldn't produce normal vocal sounds due to their long necks
only happens at night so it could be a passive sound like snoring, or a cooing sound saying "I'm here."
so far, they haven't observed the giraffes mid hum so there's more to be studied here.
You'd think Imgur would be THE experts on giraffes. :)
Yes but they really don't have a lot of science on there unfortunately.
They're more likely to break out into song.
:) :) :)