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Subject: the minke whale 'boing'
From: "AguaSonic Acoustics" <>
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 10:15:25 -0700
I am looking for more examples of the minke 'boing', a sound ascribed
to the whale /Balaenoptera acutorostrata/ by NOAA researchers as
described in

There is one example posted at

but it is a short recording and has propeller noise in the background.

Would anyone have more examples of this sound that they could share?

Thank you,

Mark Fischer
AguaSonic Acoustics

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