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The Superb Lyrebird, an Australian bird, is known for it's remarkable ability to mimic sounds that hears from it's surroundings. During the peak of their breeding season, a lyrebird will sing its own song and any number of other mimicked songs and noises. A lyrebird's syrinx is the most complexly-muscled of songbirds, giving the lyrebird extraordinary ability, unmatched in vocal repertoire and mimicry. It has been known to mimic songs of other birds and the chatter of flocks of birds, koalas, dingos, car alarms, car engines, people, construction tools, fire alarms, barking dogs, crying babies, music, rifle-shots, camera shutters, and even human voices.
Contributed by Julian Tabron