Recording the sound of some of the planet’s quietest creatures


 
As the Bang Goes The Theory team investigates some of the noise of modern life, they also find time to measure the sounds of some of the quieter creatures on the planet.

In a sound-proofed room, Jem Stansfield listens in on an experiment to try and catch the sounds of a maggot, snail and the footsteps of a centipede.

Like the sound of one hand clapping – and I won’t even try a political allusion.