Now before I begin. The entire reason behind the concept of this thread’s existence, was simply based on a random idea that I recently had, just to see whether or not anyone else here on ZooChat other than myself, could easily make some sounds based on certain animal vocalizations (ex. a lion’s roar). Now for starters, here are some of the more notable animal sounds that I can easily make, (whenever my throat ever feels like doing so): African Lion, (Panthera leo spp.) Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin, (Tursiops truncatus) Common Chimpanzee, (Pan troglodytes) Domestic Cow, (Bos taurus) African/Cape Buffalo, (Syncerus caffer caffer) Domestic Goat, (Capra hircus) Nile Hippopotamus, (Hippopotamus amphibius) Spotted Hyena, (Crocuta crocuta) White-Cheeked Gibbon, (Hylobates lar) Emu, (Dromaius novaehollandiae) Southern Cassowary, (Casuarius casuarius) Domestic Chicken, (Gallus gallus domesticus) Wild Turkey, (Meleagris gallopavo) Indian Peafowl, (Pavo cristatus) Western Diamondback Rattlesnake, (Crotalus atrox) I also want to mention, that if you either have some form of difficulty when it comes to making an animal sound, or if you simply don’t know how. That is okay, after all, it is only just a simple talent that some people just so happen to be good at, whether they are good at it or not; even it means that it might be different for some people, while the opposite might be true for others. In addition, I am also aware that there are probably certain existent threads that have already tackled this subject before. But to my current knowledge, I personally do not believe that anyone else has had any current attempt to bring this kind of topic into the forum; so in that case, I am just going to be the first one here that will bring it up here, if you know what I mean.