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Nature Becomes Eclectic

I came across an interesting project that maps audio soundscapes across the globe.  Wild Sanctuary as its called, is the largest privately held archive of natural soundscapes.  Forty-percent of the archive comes from habitants now seriously altered, comprised or even extinct, sound-wise.

The project, recorded by pop musician turned "Bioacoustician" Bernie Krause, is his attempt to preserve endangered soundscapes before they're drowned out by human noise.

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