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Singing sea turtles among dozens of vocal animal species once thought to be silent
by Li Cohen
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18 November 2022
On 18 November 2022 CBS News reported:
It turns out that birds, amphibians, and mammals aren't the only animals to communicate by sound. Scientists have discovered dozens of animal species that were once thought to be silent are actually vocal communicators -- including singing sea turtles and acoustic-producing living fossils.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
An international research team found evidence that 53 species of four major vertebrate organism groups -- turtles, tuataras, limbless amphibians, and lungfishes -- all of which were thought to be silent creatures, actually intentionally create sound to communicate. Their findings were published in Nature Communications on Tuesday [25 October].
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