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 ‎chota munna calling vid by Mayur Desale
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 Jigar Pandya -The sub-adult male Lion roaring and scent marking.

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tigress parwali corbet vid by Devendra Bhargav‎ 
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Hyoid apparatus, larynx and cranial part of the trachea in the tiger. T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; B, Basiyoideum; Th, Thyrohyoideum; Ct, Cartilago thyroidea; Gt, Glandula thyroidea.

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Cartilaginous Tympanohyoideum (on top) and bony Stylohyoideum of lion, tiger and jaguar. Left: lion, male, left body side, left-lateral aspect. Middle: tiger, female, right body side, right-lateral aspect. Right: jaguar, male, left body side, left-lateral aspect. Graduation in cm (numbers) and mm.

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Fossa retromandibularis in the tiger after removal of the skin and the parotis (lateral view, right = caudal). Sh, M. stylohyoideus; Sg, M. styloglossus; T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; Oh, M. occipitohyoideus; B, Bulla tympanica; Sp, M. stylopharyngeus caudalis.

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Regiones mandibularis, intermandibularis and subhyoidea in the tiger after removal of the skin (ventral view). My, M. mylohyoideus; Ma, M. masseter; D, M. digastricus; Sh, M. stylohyoideus; G, M. geniohyoideus; H, M. hyoglossus.

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CT-image of the head and neck of an adult tiger, 3-D reconstruction (caudal view). Co, Condylus occipitalis; Bt, Bulla tympanica; S, Stylohyoideum; B, Basihyoideum; T, Thyrohyoideum. The cartilages of the larynx are caudally attached to the Thyrohyoideum.











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Hyoid apparatus, larynx and cranial part of the trachea in the lion. G, M. geniohyoideus; To, tongue; T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; B, Basiyoideum; Th, Thyrohyoideum; Ct, Cartilago thyroidea; Gt, Glandula thyroidea (position indicated by broken line).

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Tympanohyoideum (on top) and bony Stylohyoideum of the lion (lateral view; right = caudal). Arrowheads indicate the beginning (dorsal) and the end (ventral) of the rotated part of the tympanohyal cartilage.

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Radiograph of the upper neck region of an intubated lion (lateral view, left = caudal). Co, Condylus occipitalis; P, soft palate; B, Bulla tympanica; A, Articulatio temporomandibularis; arrowheads, Stylohyoideum.

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Lateral pharyngeal wall in the lion. To, tongue; S, Stylohyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; La, larynx; arrows, Epihyoideum; arrowhead, position of the bone within the epihyal ligament.

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Bone within the epihyal ligament of the lion (histological section, HE stain). Scale bar = 400 µm.

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Lateral pharyngeal wall in the lion (lateral view, left = caudal). Th, Thyrohyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; H, M. hyoglossus (dissected); Ch, M. ceratohyoideus; Tg, M. thyroglossus; Hp, M. hyopharyngeus; G, M. geniohyoideus; Sg, M. styloglossus.
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Hyoid apparatus, larynx and cranial part of the trachea in the jaguar. G, M. geniohyoideus; To, tongue; T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; B, Basiyoideum; Th, Thyrohyoideum; Ct, Cartilago thyroidea; Gt, Glandula thyroidea.

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Magnetic resonance imaging of the head and neck of a newborn jaguar. To, tongue; Eg, epiglottis; P, soft palate.

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[b]Hyoid apparatus, larynx and cranial part of the trachea in the domestic cat. To, tongue; T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; B, Basiyoideum; Th, Thyrohyoideum; Ct, Cartilago thyroidea; Gt, Glandula thyroidea.[/b]

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Upper neck region of the domestic cat after removal of the skin, parotis and M. digastricus (lateroventral view, left = caudal). L, larynx; B, Bulla tympanica; M, Meatus acusticus externus; Ma, M. masseter; T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum.

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Hyoid apparatus, larynx, and cranial part of the trachea in the cheetah. T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; B, Basiyoideum; Th, Thyrohyoideum; Ct, Cartilago thyroidea; Gt, Glandula thyroidea.

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Lateral pharyngeal wall of the jaguar (histological section, Weigert stain). E, epihyal ligament; Tg, M. thyroglossus; M, mucous membrane. Scale bar = 400 µm.

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Vestibulum oesophagi in the jaguar (dissected, dorsal view). P, soft palate; A, arytenoid cartilage; V, Vestibulum oesophagi; L, Limen pharyngoesophageum.

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[b]Stylohyoideum (S), Epihyoideum (E), and Ceratohyoideum © of a newborn jaguar (histological section, HE stain). Scale bar = 400 µm.[/b]



Below one is the the funniest...   Crying Laughing 



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The snow leopard (Uncia uncia or Panthera uncia) cannot roar, despite possessing partial ossification of the hyoid bone. This partial ossification was previously thought to be essential for allowing the big cats to roar, but new studies show that the ability to roar is due to other morphological features, especially of the larynx, which are absent in the snow leopard. Snow leopard vocalizations include hisses, chuffing, mews, growls, and wailing.

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Schematic drawing of the elements of the hyoidean apparatus (lateral view). T, Tympanohyoideum; S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; B, Basiyoideum; Th, Thyrohyoideum; Bt, Bulla tympanica; Eg, epiglottis; La, larynx.

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Ontogenetic development of the hyoid apparatus and topographical position of the larynx in the Pantherinae. The individual designated as ‘(sub)adult’ represents a lion. Arrow indicates the rotation within the Tympanohyoideum (T). S, Stylohyoideum; E, Epihyoideum; C, Ceratohyoideum; B, Basihyoideum; Th, Thyrohyoideum; Ct, Cartilago thyroidea.
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What is this vocalisation which is doing the function of "Territorial Roar" between these Snowies??? @peter a Hiss/ chuffle(Prusten)/ roar/ me(o)w/ growls/ snarl/ moan/ wail/ cry ??? I heard the same in Planet Earth 1 & 2 snow leopard's documentaries too!!!






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Watch how tiger growling... Shere Khan... Wow 







Andd he is a Freak specimen look at his size (below)



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This Blacky's sound is like a Hippo grunting... Laughing
























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Ranthambore National Park
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