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Can someone please identify these callers?

Subject: Can someone please identify these callers?
From: simmosonics
Date: Thu Nov 24, 2016 7:35 pm ((PST))
Hi there,

 I haven't posted here for a very long time, after messing up my Yahoo acco=
unt details many years ago! Just fixed it...

 I have uploaded a recording made in Bagan, Myanmar, after a thunderstorm. =
I was trekking through some fields with my recording gear and came across t=
hese very unusual callers, something I have never heard before but I'm sure=
 someone here will know what they are.

 I am assuming it is two callers, and I also assume they are frogs. I could=
 get no closer to them; every time I got any closer than the distance this =
recording was made at, they went silent.

 I have uploaded an mp3 excerpt of the recording to the Files area. It is c=
alled 'Myanmar Bagan frogs'. Any help in identifying the main callers would=
 be greatly appreciated.


 - Greg Simmons

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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