How does dog barking work?
The organs involved in the issuing of the barking would be those related to the respiratory system (both upper and lower). First, the air reaches the glottis, which is the narrowest part of the larynx, where it makes the vocal strings vibrate, which causes the sound to occur. The air (next to the vibration) passes to the laryngopharyngeal area and finally comes out through the oral cavity in the form of sound.
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