|Drizzle is surprisingly lound underwater
because the small raindrops generate bubbles as they hit the water.
These similar-sized bubbles oscillate when they're young, producing a
high frequency bell-like tone. (Image by
Robert Simmon, NASA GSFC. Recording from Jeffrey A. Nystuen, University
of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory)|
If you can't hear the sound loop, try downloading this MP3 format recording of drizzle.
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