Fish chatter

FISH do not have vocal chords, so use other parts of their bodies to make noises, such as vibrating muscles against their swim bladder. Using a variety of low-pitched sounds to convey messages to each other, they moan, grunt, croak, boom, hiss, whistle, creak, shriek, and wail. They also rattle their bones and gnash their teeth.

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