Sounds of nocturnal animals
During the day, due to the noise pollution produced by human activities, the sounds produced by the fauna that surrounds us – those made by animals that live discreetly like our imperceptible neighbors – often go unnoticed, but at night, when people sleep, it is easier to hear the sounds of nature, many of them produced by different kinds of animals, ranging from tiny insects to large mammals.
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Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. (S/F). “Who is Calling Tonight?” Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. https://dwr.virginia.gov/ wp-content/uploads/who-is-calling-tonight.pdf (Consultado el 4-3-2021)
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