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Koalas speak!

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Madeleine Student

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Koalas speak!

Koalas: the sleepy marsupial evolves
What?
. Voice box
. 2 folds (cords)
. Vibration produces sound
. Bigger the folds deeper the sound
. Smaller the folds higher the pitch

They have 2 larynx
The pitch of the animals call depends on their size.
It is 20 times lower then it is ment to be
Similar to a elephants trump
Same efect we make when we snore
. When they breath in the koala bellows like we snore.
. Koalas are found to have another larynx (voice box)
. Very deep and loud sound
. They use this sound to find a mate
. They make sounds like we do when we snore
Who
. Benjamin Charlton led the research
. University of Sussex
. Dr David Reby part of the research team

Larynx?
Sources
Sources
Fun facts
Koalas
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-25185236
Google images
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2517317/Why-koalas-sound-like-elephants.html
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