What Sound Does a Giraffe Make?

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Most people believe giraffes are unable to make any sound. They are quiet animals but they are able to grunt, snort, and bleat. You probably will not hear them make any noise when you observe them in captivity.
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While not often heard, giraffes make all kinds of sounds. Mother giraffes will bellow when looking for their young and the babies return her calls with mewing or bleating. When danger
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Giraffes have no vocal cords, hence they do not make any sound.
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