Babbling Brook.

Why does the brook babbling / murmur ?

Answer. Posted on Thursday, November 6, 2014.

A brook’s water flows and constantly traps the air into bubbles. The bubbles immediately emerge at the surface where they are bursting. The bursting of the bubbles produces a sound that we call babbling or murmur.


3 thoughts on “Babbling Brook.

  1. Because a brook is shallow,
    any deformation at the bottom
    of the brook causes the water
    to rise and then fall thus
    creating a mini-waterfall and
    the babble of the brook. Deep
    rivers don’t have the babble sound.

    Again, a wild guess.

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