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... to shed some light on this one.

about 5 years ago
       
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... ultrasonic calls around this range. It may be a possibility but I really couldn't say for sure. Perhaps the science team may be able...

about 5 years ago
       
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... 45 kHz range and lasts approx 120 ms. I don't know much about their vocalizations but I do know that rats and mice can emit...

about 5 years ago
       
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... is, then as far as I'm aware, it's not a bat and I think it's too high in frequency to be a bird. This one appears to be in the...

about 5 years ago
       
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... shapes and sounds. However, you could well be right about it being organic. It does have a different quality as you suggest. If it...

about 5 years ago
       
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Hi Vena, it's possible that it could be mechanical. There are a number of artificial sources that can produce some weird and wonderful...

about 5 years ago
       
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Is the top trace mechanical? It seems a bit more organic than the low-frequency "honk".

about 5 years ago
       
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#mechanical-noise

over 5 years ago