Interesting Japanese Rooster

This Japanese rooster is called Koeyoshi, and it is bred for its unique crowing sound. The Koeyoshi has the deepest voice of the Japanese Long crowers. This is due to the voluminous neck and vocal cords, plus the resonance created by its particular way of crowing: with its beak 3/4 closed, the effect is like a singer who sings nasally, passing the sound through the nasal cavities as well as through the mouth.