vocalisation


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the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract

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At the onset of the penguin emitting a vocalisation, movement in the beak could be observed.
Les vocalisations de phoques anneles et de phoques barbus etaient presentes pendant l'hiver et pendant les periodes oU la concentration de glace etait de 80 % a 100 %, mais elles se faisaient rares pendant les periodes d'eau libre.
It is believed that of the vocalisations made by approximately 20 species of whales and dolphins in Oman, none are quite as spectacular and complex as those produced by OmanEoe1/4aos singing humpback whales.
The other half, while paying as much attention to their offspring, could not synchronise their responses with vocalisations.
Le pic des vocalisations entendues est survenu a la fin septembre et debut octobre.
Our findings suggested eye gaze and vocalisations may both, somehow, play a role.
ISLAMABAD -- It takes just one-tenth of a second for our brains to begin to recognise emotions conveyed by vocalisations, a study said.
It is this similarity in calls made across different emotional contexts that echo the similarities found in human infant vocalisations.
Rather than directly 'translating' these vocalisations into human speech, Dr Denise Herzing, the director of the Wild Dolphin Project and creator of the device, has been teaching the dolphins a limited vocabulary defined by humans.
I think we have a lot to learn about dolphin vocalisations - their productions are complex," LiveScience quoted Heidi Harley, a comparative cognitive psychologist at New College of Florida in Sarasota, as saying.
The significance of those vocalisations was not yet clear.