An extremely rare sound in Thailand

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A very rare sound recording. It was taken in the Dong Phayayen - Khao Yai World Heritage Site late at night and it records two wild mammals. Both mammals are inextricably linked in their nightly survival. One is a sambar deer making a repeated alert call.

The other is a sound, in Thailand, that very few people will ever hear. Its an animal that very few people will ever see. It evokes fear from some and pure admiration from others. What do you think the other animal is? 

Name Play Duration
An Animal of the Night
Ian Edwardes

0:43 min

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