Which is the world’s loudest bird?

A. Macaws
B. Cockatoos
C. White Bellbird
D. None of these

White Bellbird is the world’s loudest bird. It belongs to the bird species family called cotingidae. White Bellbird grows to 28cm (11 inches). This bird is found in tall forests with high elevations mostly in Guianas and in small numbers in Venezuela, Para, Tobago, and Trinidad. It is heard far than seen. White Bellbird recorded the loudest sound ever for birds reaching 125dB. The loudest call record was previously held with a 116dB sound by a sparrow called screaming Piha.

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