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Giraffes' neck movements and communication
Giraffes have vocal cords but they rarely emit sounds. They use vision more than hearing to communicate via postures and movements of the neck and head. In the dark, the giraffes still use oral communication, and produce different kind of sounds, such as snorts, bellows, or a dull hums around 92 Hz, which is the limit of human perception.
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