Wild Sounds Take a walk through remote areas of the planet with this series of field recordings from unusual animals. You'll hear roars that penetrate through three miles of tropical forest; maniacal laughs that break the Australian bush dawn; and a barking, bugling, colorful-billed bird.

A Bird With A Catlike Name — And Sound

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Proud Lyrebird Steps Up To The Microphone

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Sounds From The Wild: The Laughing Kookaburra

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A Run-In With An Australian Desert Lizard

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