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What Sound Does a Zebra Make?
While it might not “sound” that obvious, zebras do indeed produce noises. Some of them are very close to what horses sound like, yet they also have a very distinct high-pitched noise that makes them special.
Generally speaking, zebras either bark, bray or snort. Such sound signals may express alertness, curiosity, or can be used as a greeting, to show impatience or anger.
Depending on the pitch and intensity, zebra sounds can either signify “hello” or “leave me alone”. 🙂
Would you like to find out what makes them so unique? Click on the “play” button below…
More Zebra Sound Effects
- Zebra Sound 1
- Zebra Sound 2
- Zebra Sound 3
What Sounds Do Other Animals Make?
Zebra are just one part of the wild African orchestra. There’s always another noise to enjoy when you’re on an African safari, whether elephants blowing their trumpets or lions grunting from three kilometres away.
Now you know what sound a zebra makes, check out some of the other interesting sounds.
- The most memorable sounds of the African savannah.
- What sound does a lion make?
- What sound does a leopard make?
- What sound does an elephant make?
- What does a hippo sound like?
- What sound does a rhino make?
- What sound does a buffalo make?
- What sound does a giraffe make?
- What sound does a gorilla make?