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Hi,

Its a bit of a long story, but i was wondering if anyone knew of any animals that instinctively make noises when they sense they are alone. This would have to be something that is an immediate reaction.

For example, when you seperate chicks from their buddies, they make crying noises. Was wondering whether this happened to any other animals (even if just in their infant state?).

I don't want animals that begin to cry after like several hours of being in that state (e.g. dogs)...
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Also, when i say "cry", i dont mean emotionally sad. That they just make noises is all
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