Rumble in the jungle! Elephants “sing” like humans but at a frequency so low we can’t hear them, scientists have claimed.
Researchers have found that elephants use an ultrasound rumble, often too low for humans to hear, to keep the herd together and for males to find mates.
It allows the animals to communicate over distances of up to six miles.
The low-pitched elephant calls, occupying a frequency range below 20 Hertz, may seem to have little in common with human singing.
But researchers have confirmed that both are produced in exactly the same way, the Daily Mail reported…