Skip to content
Currently On Hiatus: Please Enjoy A New Reader Question Every Weekday!


A moment for everyone to google Syrinx.

Ran into this wild quote:
“Some birds are capable of producing different sounds from the left and right sides of the syrinx simultaneously. In particular, in songbirds, the left and right syrinx can be operated and controlled separately; the sounds from each side can be produced simultaneously or independently. In some cases, each side is even specialized to different frequency ranges, expanding the total frequency range available. In essence, some songbirds can sing internal duets.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Primary Sidebar