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Sounds of Kenya

By: Malcolm Coe(Narrator), Ken Jackson(Narrator)
runtime: 69 min
Manufacturer: Sounds Natural
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Malcolm Coe accompanied Ken Jackson when they went on safari to Kenya to record material for BBC World Services's Nature Now programme. They came back with words and sounds which are evocative of the wildlife and atmosphere of that wonderful country. Among many others you'll hear Masai singing in the Rift Valley; birds, tree frogs and Rhino at The Ark in the Abadares; more birds at Naivasha; Wildebeest & Hippo in the Mara; Elephant & Zebra in Tsavo.

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By: Malcolm Coe(Narrator), Ken Jackson(Narrator)
runtime: 69 min
Manufacturer: Sounds Natural
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