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Sound Visualization Demonstrates Velopharyngeal Coupling and Complex Spectral Variability in Asian Elephants

Whether a vocalization is emitted though the mouth or nose impacts on its acoustic shape through specific vocal tract resonances. In human language, nasalized compared to oral vowels can change the meaning of words. African elephants mainly use low-frequency rumbles to communicate and can utter them either through the mouth or trunk. 

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