Animals/Nature (7163 Tracks)
Robins have a rich and warbling song, sometimes described as mournful in winter but cheerful in spring. Other calls include a thin seee and a hard tic-tic-tic. Listen to their voices here.
The hippopotamus is an extremely large creature with a round body, short legs, and a big, broad head. They inhabit the rivers and lakes throughout the grassland portions of this area. Listen on what they sound like.
My son loves animal sounds so I built him this soundboard so he could listen to and identify his favorite animals.
Lizards are fascinating creatures. There are thousands of different kinds and they can be found almost everywhere in the world, but only a few vocalize. Listen to some of the species like geckos, that create sounds.
Llamas are camel-like animals but they don't have humps. The groaning noises they make is often a sign of fear, and gargling when sexually aroused. Listen to the other sounds as a form of their communication.
Steve Irwin (1962-2006) was an Australian conservationist and animal expert loved around the world. His international wildlife tv show and zoo in Queensland Australia bring people closer to the natural world.
Sheeps are closely related to goat antelopes. They are also one of the many animals that gives economic importance to different countries. Hear they bleat and baa...
The largest of living primates found mostly in the jungles of Africa. Also, the next closest living relative to humans after the two chimpanzee species.
Locusts are related to grasshoppers and the two insects look similar. Hear the clacks and buzzes of these two insects in flight. This is the sound of their flight, which you will probably find familiar.
Koala is the only mammal which can survive on a diet of eucalyptus leaves. Koalas prefer to move around just after sunset spending daytimes asleep in the fork of a tree. Come let's listen to them while they were awake...
Sound clips of the fastest land animal on Earth Cheetah, a typical member of the cat family that hunts by sight and speed rather than by stealth.
Mosquitoes are a major public health problem they are capable of transmitting diseases to millions of people in the world. Listen to the buzzing sounds of mosquitos in flight.
Ever wonder what dinosuars might have sounded like? Give a listen to what might have been a common sound in the forests near you.
Crocodiles are the most advanced of all reptiles despite their prehistoric look. Unlike other reptiles they have a four-chambered heart, diaphragm and cerebral cortex. A crocodiles physical traits allow it to be a successful predator.
Ravens can be found in many myths written through history. In the American Indian and Celtic Legends, and In horror books and films where the raven often symbolizes a death coming.
Jackal is drabber in color, has a white tip on the tail and indistinct stripes along the sides of the body. Jackals live singly or in pairs, but are sometimes found in loose packs of related individuals. They are among the few mammalian species in which the male and female mate for life.
Toucan birds commonly keep up a racket of vocalization, which suggests that they are not trying to remain hidden. They have a croaking call that sounds like RRRRK.
Sounds of rare wild cats are here: Lynx, Margay and Ocelot. A Lynx is any of several medium-sized wild cats. Sceptics of the Abominable snowman in Tibet claim that the the largest of all Lynx: The Siberian Lynx is being mistaken.
This is the ultimate Duke Nukem soundboard, with new stuff added as I find it. All of the classic one liners with a few extras! There have been new tracks added. If you only see 41, clear your browser cache!
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The ultimate Gears of War soundboard featuring clips from your favorite COG and Locust characters. (May contain spoilers) XBL: Crimson Carmine
Beam your phone up with these great ringtones from the Star Trek tv series. Sound effects from the star ships, computers and actors are here.
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