When Shoebill Stork Approaches, They Sound Like a Gunfight It sounds like a gunfight just broke out.

Some birds’ songs have a melody to them. Some birds are more bombastic than others. Gular fluttering, or the vibrating of the throat muscles to dissipate heat, is a technique used by Shoebill Stork to make this sound. They make these hollow noises like gunfights by clapping their lower and upper jaws together.

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