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- Nocturnal insects 4
Nocturnal insects. Wind in a hedge. Harvesters and roads in the distance. At 1 am on July 30, 2019 in France. UCS Category: AMBRurl. Duration: 02:31.
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- Field cricket
Singing a field cricket. Present in France, the field cricket digs a hole in the sunny plains and sings to seduce the female. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:36.
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- Sun and heat 1
Omnipresent sun or overwhelming heat, this is a sound effect that is widely used in films. I made this sound in the studio, failing to find it in nature. Maybe it's an insect? If you know more about the source of this noise, tell me. According to another anonymous visitor: The Arizona Apache Cicada is the loudest. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:44.
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- Singing insect 2
An insect, such as a cricket or locust, sings. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:45.
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- Singing insect 1
An insect, such as a cricket or locust, sings. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:27.
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- Sun and heat 3
Omnipresent sun or overwhelming heat, this is a sound effect that is widely used in films. I made this sound in the studio, failing to find it in nature. Maybe it's an insect? If you know more about the source of this noise, tell me. According to another anonymous visitor: The Arizona Apache Cicada is the loudest. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:44.
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- Sun and heat 4
Omnipresent sun or overwhelming heat, this is a sound effect that is widely used in films. I made this sound in the studio, failing to find it in nature. Maybe it's an insect? If you know more about the source of this noise, tell me. According to another anonymous visitor: The Arizona Apache Cicada is the loudest. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:44.
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- Nocturnal insect 1
Nocturnal insect 1. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:03.
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- Nocturnal insect 3
Song of unidentified nocturnal insect. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:23.
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- Sun and heat 2
Omnipresent sun or overwhelming heat, this is a sound effect that is widely used in films. I made this sound in the studio, failing to find it in nature. Maybe it's an insect? If you know more about the source of this noise, tell me. According to another anonymous visitor: The Arizona Apache Cicada is the loudest. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:44.
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- Nocturnal insect 2
Nocturnal insect 2. UCS Category: ANMLInsc. Duration: 00:14.
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