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    could you tell me what is the animal that cries ronf ronf???
    may be a tortoise???

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by lady_bird13 View Post
    could you tell me what is the animal that cries ronf ronf???
    may be a tortoise???

    thank you
    No animal typically says this in English. Where did you find it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lady_bird13 View Post
    could you tell me what is the animal that cries ronf ronf???
    may be a tortoise???

    thank you
    Maybe a cat purring in "Italian".
    ronf ronf on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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    Maybe a cat purring in "Italian".
    ronf ronf on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
    Quite likely, given that 'ronfare' (It.) = "to purr, to snore" - though 'snore' is primarily 'russare'.

    But the original poster is Italian??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Quite likely, given that 'ronfare' (It.) = "to purr, to snore" - though 'snore' is primarily 'russare'.

    But the original poster is Italian??
    Yes, thats true.
    Have a look at the last post here:Animal sounds written in Italian ??? - Topic Slow Travel Community
    I suppose she refers to this list: Derek Abbott's Animal Noise Page
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    Hello Thank you eveyone!
    I found it in an english animals song...
    meow meow I am a cat
    hop hop I am a rabbit
    wolf wolf I am a dog
    let's dance the party rock

    glom glom I am a fish
    sqeak sqeak I am a mousewolf wolf I am a dog
    ...ronf ronf I am a tortoise????
    le's dance the party rock...

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