Humans are not the only species to communicate with each other. With our understanding of animal communications rapidly evolving, often it is a problem for researchers to determine which individual animal is making noise—and where—out in the field. As researchers have begun to study wildlife communication, they have repeatedly turned to The Acoustic Camera to find out exactly who is talking and when so that they can analyze behavior patterns.

Measuring elephant vocalizations in Nepal

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