Baby fish are noisier than expected

Gray snapper larvae in open water may be able to communicate with knocks and growls

Adult gray snapper

FISH BABY TALK  Adult gray snappers make noises, and recordings now show that at night, young larvae still in open water make chirpier versions of the same sounds.

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