Taronga zoo lyrebird perfectly mimics the ear-splitting wail of a crying baby

Taronga zoo lyrebird perfectly mimics the ear-splitting wail of a crying baby

A superb lyrebird named Echo has also mastered a rendition of the Sydney zoo’s fire alarm, complete with the ‘evacuate now’ announcement

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From car horns to jackhammers to chainsaws, the superb lyrebird is famed for its ability to mimic a wide variety of sounds.

And now, Echo, the resident lyrebird at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, has been captured mimicking a crying baby, complete with ear-splitting, tonsil rattling, screams.

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