Norwegian comedy singer duo Ylvis first started studying animals and their different sounds with his “What does the fox say?” Got inspired, many artists, including an English PhD student James Chapman came out with a compilation of comics, comparing the different languages the different animals speak.
According to his research, he collects one species, say kitten or puppies from different countries and finds out how each makes sounds differently for expressing out its feelings. Here is one illustration to indicate how a dog species drawn from different countries makes their sounds- WOOF-English; GAV-Russian; WAUGH-French; GUAU-Spanish; and WAN-Japanese. Surprisingly, mice, bees and cats are a few species that have uniformity in their languages. via chapmangamo.tumblr.com | via boredpanda