Sounds of different continents - not musical

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Want to explore natural Australian sounds or North American ones?

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Gee! Australia is a Noisy place! I wouldn't want to live there....:D The only sound I can hear at the moment is the dishwasher.

Truth be told, I have heard most of those sounds at one time or another, but, certainly not all at once.
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I found it quite restful.

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The crow was familiar. Tell you what, though. We spent a few days at our friends house in a village in Spain. You wouldn't believe how many churches you can cram into a Spanish village. All of them chiming the hour every hour in unison all through the night.

Then there's the crickets ..............
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