Why humans have a permanently lowered larynx (a feature shared only with koalas and Mongolian gazelles) remains a mystery.It is thought it was to enable a booming voice to attract a female mate rather than to aid speech.After examining the Queen’s annual Christmas broadcasts over half a century, German academics discovered that her voice has been dropping at a semitone a decade.So the change in female voices is likely to reflect the altered role of women in society. This book has so many theories and counter-theories that the reader can get a bit lost among the clamour of dissenting voices. The most radical changes in oral evolution have taken place in music. Just as close-ups in film helped create the cult of the movie star, so the close-up voice fostered the pop star.A midpoint between the Funny Animal and Little Bit Beastly on the Sliding Scale of Anthropomorphism. Did you know the female voice has got deeper over the second half of the 20th century?Females with lower voices are perceived as being more authoritative.Margaret Thatcher, for example, used vocal training to lower her voice to sound more dominant.
Fans of these are also commonly known as "Furries".
And that the male pitch rises, rather than falls, after middle age?
And that animals such as cod have regional accents?
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But a computer still can’t tell conclusively if people are lying, let alone detect intoxication from voices.
A Petting Zoo Person is a type of character who is so anthropomorphized that they resemble an animal's skin, head and tail placed on an otherwise human body frame (think of one of those costumed, silent "mascots" at a sports event, or the costumed characters at Disney theme parks).