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Growls?? Roars??--ID???

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Growls?? Roars??--ID???

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michaeldezeeuw's picture

I think it was either an

I think it was either an amphibian of sorts or biggest probability was the wind blowing something up against where the microphone was positioned. 

sassabuck's picture

I'm looking for a clip I had

I'm looking for a clip I had when an old rhino bull was lying by the pan and another bull came up. He made some awesome noises, but I haven't found it yet. Maybe we''ll hear from the ranger's tomorrow

camfan1's picture

If you filter out the

If you filter out the echo..it sounds very much like the sounds we heard when Mvula and his lady friend were around.  In fact on the same evening of this recording, we did hear a leopard...assuming it was Mvula because the sounds were identical to the ones we heard on the video of the two leopards a few days before.  On the night of this recording, the leopard we could hear was off cam, but very near the mic as we listened. Perhaps both mics were picking up the sound and echoing? Just my thoughts...would love to know what the rangers think.

Swift's picture

Just my thoughts Because it

Just my thoughts Eye-wink

Because it was together with the lightning, for me it seems to be the thunder rolling to NK with an "echoing effect" Did see and heard it in real SA time to.

Tourneyman1's picture

very interesting sounds but

very interesting sounds but I don't have a clue what could be making them.  Hope maybe one of the rangers might know.

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, courage to change the things that I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.... especially when the cams go down.

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