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‘Animal Sound Man’ can imitate just about any creature
Dude’s got a menagerie at his command.
Think you do a mean impression of your cat? You’ve got nothing on the South African gentleman in this video.
In addition to your standard cat meow and dog bark, you can watch “Animal sound Man” do impressions of a rooster, cow, and donkey, among others. What’s more, Animal sound Man just seems like a really cool dude.
As one YouTube commenter put it, “He’s so talented yet he was so humble. This guy is the coolest guy ever.” We couldn’t agree more. The man’s dedication to his craft is evident and you won’t have trouble believing him when he says he practices his voices every day.
If you’re wondering about the two pencils behind his ears, Animal sound Man also sketches for a living, according to the video’s publisher, Chris Schofield. Truly, a man of many talents.
Alex La Ferla is a writer, artist, and architect living and working in New York City. His work for the Daily Dot focused on internet culture.