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Dawn Chorus, Primeval Forest and Jaguars at Night: Listen to Nature’s Orchestra

For three decades, Bernie Krause has collected the sounds of nature, from Amazon jungles to Antarctic glaciers and even ant colonies. For Krause, the sounds aren't ambience, but biological orchestras of extraordinary beauty and complexity. In this gallery, you can hear some of his favorite recordings.
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