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1 Juvenile  

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grunts

 

 

H. H van de Rijt-Plooij
11 Dec 1971

    Geography
  • Tanzania
    Kigoma
    Locality
  • Gombe National Park
    Latitude/Longitude
  • -4.7   29.6167
    Channels
  • Mono
    Sampling Rate
    Bit Depth
    Recorders
  • NAGRA UNSPECIFIED MODEL
    Microphones
  • Sennheiser MKH 815T
    Accessories
    Equipment Note

Recordist Reference Number: N-Plato-39. Individual(s) with Sound/call type: Pallas pantgrunts, Nova 2 grunts, grunts, Plato uh's. Observation of Context: Afternoon. In camp are: Jomeo, Satan, Nope, Mustard, Pallas, Plato, Nova, Skosha (Nova & Pallas approach a tree where the others are sitting.). Pallas and Nova come into camp from the south. Plato gives small sounds. (infant barks) before Hetty starts the Nagra tape recorder. While Hetty approaches, Plato gives uhs. N-Plato-39 Pallas at the tree climbs with Plato dorsal, and gives pant grunts. Plato gives series of uhs. [[(difference between staccato and uhs is that the stress of the series of the staccato is declining, whereas uhs are more independent]]. Through Pallas’ pant grunts Nova gives two grunts. (Nova is in the foreground in front of tree looking upwards closer to microphone of Nagra). Hetty speaks into recorder, Nova climbs tree and gives grunts again. Plato gives uhs through these grunts (Hetty couldn’t see what Pallas did.).

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