>>420235 Probably. I'm sure there would be a few fake/parody videos out there but Adelaide Zoo and Attenborough documentaries seem trustworthy to me. Wikipedia's citations: >The lyrebird's syrinx is the most complexly-muscled of the passerines (songbirds), giving the lyrebird extraordinary ability, unmatched in vocal repertoire and mimicry. Lyrebirds render with great fidelity the individual songs of other birds and the chatter of flocks of birds, and also mimic other animals such as koalas and dingoes. >The lyrebird is capable of imitating almost any sound and they have been recorded mimicking human sounds such as a mill whistle, a cross-cut saw, chainsaws, car engines and car alarms, fire alarms, rifle-shots, camera shutters, dogs barking, crying babies, music, mobile phone ring tones, and even the human voice. However, while the mimicry of human noises is widely reported, the extent to which it happens is exaggerated and the phenomenon is unusual.
>>421554 It warms my heart to see that there is someone out there (not counting Elon Musk), who managed to find himself a lil goth gf who became his goth wife, it makes me feel like I too have a chance to find a lil goth gf who will become my goth wife and we can have cute half goth babies together. Please don't try to ruin this for me.
>>426257 I feel bad when coming back home from the supermarket and the local couple of crows around the house see my passing so they fly down next to me expecting a few bits of bread, but don't have anything for them that time.