Sounds and Vocalization of the Female Koalas


Female Koalas also possess a specific kind of a sound and vocalization as well. The sound and vocalization of the female Koalas is usually and normally different from the other male Koalas. Usually females are very conserve, shy and fearful; therefore, they seldom make noises or big sounds. Their small size could prove out to be a bigger threat, if a predator may know their presence while making a sound. Therefore, they show rare vocalization and sound behavior as compared to the male Koalas. The female Koalas also possess three different kinds of sounds which include making loud screams, snarling and wailing kinds of the sounds.

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Usually the female koalas show snarling sounds whenever, they think they are under threat or another female koala enters their territory as an intruder. Such a sound indicates the sense of a warning to another Koala within the area and is a very essential sound for female Koalas’ communication. These kinds of sounds and vocalizations are normally heard from the male koalas as well.

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Wailing is another kind of a sound which is not that much common. Wailing is usually common during the mating of the female Koala with the male Koala. Wailing vocalization is usually possessed by the female Koalas, however, some male koalas have also been witnessed practicing wailing vocalization. Consequently, Wailing is also an important vocalization and sounding behavior of the koalas.

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Female Koalas also possess screaming sounds as well. These sounds are usually common during the times of the fear. Whenever, the bigger male Koalas attack female koalas for mating, these screams are very common to be heard from the female Koalas. Also the predator’s attack on the female Koalas also triggers their screams as well. Therefore, screaming is also a key component of the vocalization and sound of the Koalas.

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