Superb lyrebirds have the ability to mimic any sounds from their environment, including chainsaws, toy laser guns, camera shutters, jackhammers and also human voice. Sometimes, in summer, they sing for hours a day. Here are some of their most amazing songs.

Alarm

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Camera shutter

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Camera with a motor drive

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Chainsaw

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Hand saw

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Kookaburra

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The sound of a toy gun, by a specimen at Healesville Sanctuary, Australia

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Human voice

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Chook, a male Superb Lyrebird at Adelaide Zoo, Australia, picked up many sounds during a recent construction work in the zoo

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