Elephants have been observed using their trunks to interact with various musical instruments like drums and keyboards. They can be trained to produce sounds by tapping on the instruments.
Certain parrot species, such as African grey parrots, have shown the ability to mimic sounds, including musical tunes. They can be trained to interact with instruments like keyboards or bells.
These marine mammals are often trained to interact with various objects, including musical instruments like horns or bells, as part of their enrichment and training activities.
In captivity, some whales and dolphins have been known to interact with instruments by making sounds that resemble musical tones or melodies.
These intelligent birds have been observed drumming and tapping on surfaces, which, although not precisely playing musical instruments, can resemble rhythmic patterns.
Koko, a famous western lowland gorilla, was taught to play the recorder and showed some skill in playing simple tunes.
Some birds are known for their ability to create melodic sounds. While not playing instruments, their songs can sometimes be reminiscent of musical notes.
Although not traditional musical instruments, some dogs have been trained to "play" instruments like pianos or keyboards by pressing keys with their paws.