Books can teach your kids what animals look like, but they can’t do sound. Well, most of them any way. So, Google is helping you out with that. As more and more parent use the Internet to teach and distract their children, a quick search for ‘animal noises’ on Google, will now reveal a bunch of animal sounds for your kids to learn. You simply click on the card that you want to play.
The Search giant currently has 19 sounds added, according to a post on Google Austria. You can also also search for ‘What does a XXX say’, where XXX is the name of an animal. Google will return an audio response to this, telling you what the animal sounds like. It seems like a way to use voice search. Your child can literally ask Google (on your smartphone) for the call of a particular animal, and Google will tell them.
The animals currently included are, zebra, ape, car, lion, owl, pig, moose, duck, horse, elephant, raccoon, bowhead whale, wolf, sheep, rooster, humpback whale, turkey, tiger and cow.
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