A certain species of fish can be heard having an orgasm above water.
The Gulf Corvina, which is a Mexican type of sea creature that live off the coast of California and only group once a year, are renowned for making such a loud mating call that fisherman sailing on top of the waves can hear and even feel the vibrations of the sound.
And the Mirror Online has reported the calling is so penetrating it can even deafen other underwater animals such as dolphins, sea lions, seals, as well as other fish.
Speaking about the noise, researcher and author Timothy Rowell, said: ''A collective chorus sounds like a crowd cheering at a stadium, or perhaps a really loud beehive.
''The sound levels generated by chorusing is loud enough to cause at least temporary if not permanent hearing loss in marine mammals that were observed preying on the fish.''