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Tapir

Tapir

Tapirs are generally solitary animals, communicating through shrill whistles and urine scent-marks.

Tapir

Tapirs like to spend a lot of time in the water, eating aquatic plants, cooling off, or washing away skin parasites. They can stay under the water for several minutes.

Tapir

Tapirs can communicate in a number of ways. A high-pitched whistle is one of the most common sounds that they make.  It resembles car brakes screeching to a halt!
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