Lesson 48 Chapter 7
Animals sing - vibration for them is a form of communication – mice, birds, crickets, elephants, whales, cats, and dogs too! I sing to my dogs and they sing back! Check out this podcast: Singing to Our Dogs and as the video shows dogs sing. The dog in the video is a New Guinea Singing Dog. My Neo Mastiff Shadrach was also quite the singer when he was with us!
ALL creation sings!
Mice: Did you know that mice sing? Oh yes they sure do. (http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-mystery-of-the-singing-mice-1566363/). They sound like whales when the sounds is slowed down for the human ear to hear. Very interesting.
Elephants rumble to a Barry White sort of tune to bring on the mood for mating! (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2182777/The-real-rumble-jungle-Scientists-elephants-sing-like-humans--frequency-low-hear-them.html) “It allows the animals to communicate over distances of up to six miles. The low-pitched elephant calls, occupying a frequency range below 20 Hertz, may seem to have little in common with human singing."
Bees communicate with plants through vibration: See How Bees Sense Flowers Electric Field
Cats purr and sing of course: The Healing Purr
Chorus - a group singing in unison