Does a Duck's Quack Make an Echo?

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The quack of a duck does make an echo but due to the poor quality of the initial sound, the echo is barely audible. The duck quack fades in and out and becomes mixed up with the echo making it difficult to distinguish the sounds.
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Actually, a duck's quack does echo, just like any other sound. This is a myth that has been passed around for years, but there is no truth to it. It was actually tested and proven
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It is a myth that a duck's quack does not echo. A study was conducted in an
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A duck's quack will echo. The idea that it does not is a myth. Source(s) http://www.acoustics.salford.ac.uk/acous….
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A duck's quack doesn't echo and no one knows why.
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