Do you know what the Mighty Lion's Roar is capable of? - No, then we read: the lion's roar is the loudest sound in the animal world, it can be heard at a distance of 8000 meters. Since the shroud, for the most part, is a desert area, you can hear about the approach of a lion long before its appearance. The voice of a lion is absolutely independent of the size of the lion itself; teenage lions can also growl loudly. To produce a loud roar, the lion practically does not use the lungs and the entire respiratory system.
Some representatives of the feline family, as well as lions, have a very unusual structure of the vocal cords. They consist of two membranes and a layer of fat between them, which, in fact, allows lions to produce such sounds. The lion's vocal cords are capable of vibrating horizontally, which allows the sounds that the lion emits to be amplified many times over.