The sound of animals around the world.
How does a 'chicken' sounds like in your language? In the Netherlands it is 'pauk pauk', 'kukukuku'.
In Chinese it is kok kok, some says gu-gu-gu-gu. Anyhow it is just one example of how language evolves around the world.
That sounds interesting! I would expect the sound to be ended with a consonant instead of vowel!
pio pio because i think in a baby chicken,
the growing up chicken sound Kikiriki... when is waking up in the morning
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