Voices of animals

Among animals that produce vocal sounds, are adult female voices higher than those of males, as they generally are in humans?

And do the males experience a “change of voice” at puberty, as human males do?

**Nobody **know anything about this?

It’s not really possible to generalize. In many animals, the female does not call at all, or has a completely different call. In animals in which the male is larger, the call is often deeper just due to the body size difference. I would guess, offhand, that in animals in which the female is larger, the call might very well be deeper. Where adult makes have a distinctive call, younger males may have a period during which they go from giving juvenile type calls to adult male type calls.

However, your question is much to broad to really give a good answer too.

…heh…‘broad’ …