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Why orangutans cup their mouths to sound an alarm [Sciencenews]

by Frédéric Magné - published on , updated on

In the forests of Sumatra and Borneo, orangutans use their hands to alter the pitch of their alarm calls to deceive predators into thinking that they’re bigger and badder, researchers posit March 18 in the Journal of Experimental Biology.

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