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The Tsingy de Bemaraha in Western Madagascar is one of the most otherworldly and surreal places I’ve ever visited. Listen to its soundscapes as captured at the top of the limestone needle forest…,…

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It’s a slow start to the day at Andravoahangy market in Madagascar’s capital. Sellers are unwrapping their wares and laying them out in little displays in their stalls. 

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The sounds of the Romanian countryside on a lazy Sunday afternoon

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The soundscapes are incredibly lush and beautiful in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula. The dry forests on the border with Guatemala are home to immense biodiversity, and this part of the world has not change too much since the times of the Maya. In fact there are Mayan pyramids and ruins everywhere, accessible just by hiking in the jungle.

YUCATÁN PENINSULA

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The sound of a rainforest waking up on a rainy day is incredibly evocative. Heavy raindrops fall on leaves and vegetation all around, and the space under the canopy creates a pleasantly claustrophobic atmosphere. Two main elements make up the soundscape. The rhythm of rain drops hitting leaves contrasts deeply with the constant insect chorus in the background. This goes on for a while, until the first few animals start stirring.

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Nature and wildlife sounds recorded in a woodland in the Italian countryside. I recently spent a week exploring Toscana and Piemonte in Italy, driving around the countryside and taking in the beauty of these regions. I lived here in a previous life, some 15 years ago, and in my recollection there weren’t too many wild places. My expectations to find wilderness were understandably low, but I was pleasantly surprised to encounter pockets of nature and beautiful soundscapes in many places.

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The sound of the African bush on a hot afternoon is pretty relaxed. Gone is the lush dawn chorus as most animals are avoiding the scorching midday sun. Birds are taking refuge in trees and bushes, hippos have retreated to their patches of river or oxbow lake, and lions are hanging out in the shade.

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It’s a calm morning by the river Kapamba in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. A few cicadas are winding down their night calls, making room for the daytime sounds of the savanna. The ever-present call of the Cape turtle dove instantly anchors you in the African bush.

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The rainforest comes alive with sound and motion at night. Listen to the sounds of the jungle for a few minutes and you’ll notice a myriad subtle changes. Shine a light on the forest floor and you’ll see it literally crawling with life.

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