World’s unexplained Strange Sounds 2: “Slow Down”

The “Slow Down” sound was recorded for the first time by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in May 1997 in the Equatorial Pacific ocean (15°S 115°W)...

World’s unexplained Strange Sounds 3: “Upsweep”

The “Upsweep” sound was first recorded by an autonomous array of hydrophones used to catch specific phenomena such as undersea earthquakes, ice cracking, marine mammal population migration, and detection...

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