The lyre bird, which lives in Australia, takes its name from the fact that its tail resembles such an instrument when fully opened. In addition to wings that resemble those of the pheasant, the lyre bird is renowned for its ability to mimic sounds. In addition to other birds and animals, it can also imitate mechanical sounds such as car engines or horns. In this short film you can see how the lyre bird imitates mechanical sounds as well as those of other living things. 2009-03-09 02:36:28

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