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white-beaked dolphin -- Lagenorhynchus albirostris More
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Paul J Perkins
14 Aug 1968

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  • Canada
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  • waterbody:North Atlantic OceanFunk Island
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  • Sennheiser MKH 816P48
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NOTES: LNS notes: Filtered using ZSYS z-Q2, lo shelf, -95 db, 2 KHz. 07Jul2003 SAS Reel notes: NG for pilots. Lag albirostris on bow riding bow wave. 14 Aug. 1968. We are following the Lag albirostris which are jumping. Pilot Whales are nearby - some of their sounds are heard also. Caution: Radio interference signal at 7-8 KHz. Starts with 1 Lag albirostris riding Trident bow wave R-130 xphone - Somr fair, feeble sounds, (whistles & clicks) within first 2 min of tape. Animal leaves bow. Secure the recorder. These Lag albirostris species appear to be fairly quiet. Few squeals and squeaks were heard. The normal amount of E.L. clicks are heard however. Normal meaning: what we encounter from the various species of bow riders." SEAOCEAN

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