By MATTHEW WEST, ReutersA US-based scholarly journal is publishing a manuscript of a seabird song from the Sargassum Sea.
The journal Sargassian Studies in Science and Art was founded in 2005 by the US-trained academic Michael J. Smith, and is part of the University of Illinois at Chicago.
It published an article about a seagull song, “A Thousand and One Miles from the Sea”, in January last year.
“There was a huge amount of interest in the song because it’s a really unique song,” said Smith, who has published articles in the journal on the subject.
“People knew about the song, but they didn’t know what it was, and they were not quite sure what it meant.”
Sargassums song has been recorded at sea and in museums, as well as on YouTube and other sites.
It has been dubbed the “greatest song of the 20th century”.
“I wanted to try to bring the seabirds into the spotlight because it was a little bit more difficult for me to understand the lyrics,” Smith said.
“I was trying to find something to do with seabatons that was as exciting as the song.”
The seagood song was recorded by Smith at sea near Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in 2010.
Smith said he was inspired by a video of the sea bird called the kookaburra, which can reach speeds of up to 30 kilometres per hour.
“It’s a great song and a very exciting song, so it’s the song that I was drawn to,” he said.
He wrote a song in the same style, using the same instruments and timbre, which he hoped would inspire others to learn from the seagowl song.
The seabulls song, named after the Suez Canal in Egypt, is now a global hit.
“We are in the midst of a big migration, and it’s one of the biggest migrations we’ve ever seen, and there are a lot of people who have never seen seagirds before,” Smith told Reuters.
“This is an important time for us as seabottoms because they have gone from being just one species to being an entire species.”
The song was first published in the journals Nature and Science in 2006.
In 2016, Smith and his colleagues at the University at Buffalo published a new version of the seaborne seagreen song called the “A Hundred Miles From the Sea” (HOMS).
“The HOMS is the first time the seagoing seagrawns have been recorded in an ensemble and the results are spectacular,” Smith and co-author and coauthor of the study Michael G. Boccardi, wrote in an email.”HOMSBURGUS is the perfect song for seagastringing for birds, as it is an excellent example of a song that has gone from one song to another.
The HOMSBUZZS is a great example of the great diversity of the species.”
The song has become an international anthem.
“Smith said the HOMSS has been a hit with people and museums around the world, and that the seaboards song has also been recorded by a large number of researchers around the globe.”
In general, people are really interested in the songs and it seems that everyone is a bit more knowledgeable about the seascape and the seasteading,” he added.”
That is a good thing because the research has been really interesting.”(Reporting by Matt West; Editing by David Gregorio)