There's a whole field of human-animal communications (or animal-animal) that seems pretty interesting.
Using AI to Listen and Learn about Humpback Whales (Google/NOAA)
Data of the Humpback Whale - Technical details by Kyle McDonald (Google) who worked with NOAA on the project.
This dataset, composed of 440 sounds, contains meows emitted by cats in different contexts. Specifically, 21 cats belonging to 2 breeds (Maine Coon and European Shorthair) have been repeatedly exposed to three different stimuli that were expected to induce the emission of meows
CatMeows: A Publicly-Available Dataset of Cat Vocalizations
The Pacific Islands Passive Acoustic Network (PIPAN) is designed to provide long-term monitoring of cetaceans in remote regions or areas of special interest. PIPAN sites are currently monitored using bottom-mounted passive acoustic data recorders called HARPs (high-frequency acoustic recording packages).
Pacific Islands Passive Acoustic Network
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