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You can now Google animal noises. Obviously.


Tremble before the power of Google: it can find your house, it knows where your proverbial bodies are buried (those university photos you could have sworn you deleted in 2011) and it knows what a cat sounds like.

Yep - if you now browse for "Cat noise" in the omniscient search engine, Google will return a result that can play you a 'meow' sound. 


Like an Early Learning Centre tool, the new 'Animal Sounds' feature includes the calls of elephants, whales, dogs, owls, sheep - a whole ark of creatures.

And no, sadly 'Fox noises' isn't included in the advanced results. 



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