Thanks to the entertainment industry, certain sounds and animals that have nothing to do with each other have forever become linked. The maniacal laugh that is world recognized as being Woody’s could obviously never be made by a woodpecker, nor do road runners make a sound similar to a car horn. Of course, coyotes can’t make signs that say “YIKES!”, either…but that doesn’t make a sound. Ravens certainly do not say “nevermore”, but neither does anyone else in these times, for that matter. Still, they remain synonymous in our minds.




One of the more famed linkings of animals and sounds belongs to the shark. This is truly odd given that sharks don’t actually make any types of sounds on their own. Even the occasional splash is actually a sound made by the water rather than the shark itself. But, if you are out for a swim and are about to be attacked by a shark, you can rest assured that you will hear the “dun-DUN-dun-DUN-dun-DUN” so clearly mapped out for us in “Jaws”. Ridiculous? Of course it is. After all, sharks are silent….aren’t they?



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