While snakes are not known for their communication skills, they do have a few vocalizations that they can use to communicate with other members of their species. These include hissing and growling, along with a rattling sound that is produced during mating season. While these sounds aren't very complex, they can still be used to indicate discomfort or stress. Another common sound that snakes make is "chirping".
We will discuss more on what sounds do snakes make.
Snake Sound name in words: Hiss.
Snakes are known to hiss, and dissatisfied audience members may hiss instead of booing. The sound you create when you hiss — sometimes known as a hiss — is identical to the word itself.
There are many different sounds that snakes make. Each type of snake has its own unique call. The most common noise a snake makes is a hissing sound. This is usually done in order to warn others that it is present. Snakes may also make rattling sounds, as well as burping noises, and hisses/growls.
Some snakes even make chirps or whistles. One of the most interesting sounds that snakes can make is their mating call. Males will often make a high-pitched squeal in order to attract a mate, while females will often make a low-pitched rattle. Both sexes may also produce rasping sounds or chirping noises when they are upset or scared.
Another common sound that snakes make is their rattling. Many species have special resonating chambers in their skulls, which allow them to create a chirping noise when disturbed or excited.
One last vocalization that snakes sometimes use is "buzzing". This can be heard when two snakes come close together and begin moving in opposite directions. It is usually a sign that the two snakes are attracted to each other, but there can be other reasons for buzzing, such as an aggressive encounter.
Listen to the sound of rattle snake: