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Big Boys sing along: Deep Duets

humpback_whaleSinging animals never fail to fascinate. While dogs like to form choirs, many birds are known for their gospel-like call-and-response patterns during mating season. In their role as the Early-Adopter of the Wild, Australian Lyrebirds go even further and impress females and biologists alike by picking up the hottest shit before it’s out on iTunes.

Latest studies now herald the emergence of a new oceanic underground: Male humpback whales sublimate their rivalry by singing deep duets, possibly this development can be seen as a long-time effect of early MTV broadcasting experiments near the Mexican border in the 60s.

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