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SB 3.17.12

rudanto rāsabha-trastā
 nīḍād udapatan khagāḥ
ghoṣe ’raṇye ca paśavaḥ
 śakṛn-mūtram akurvata
Synonyms: 
rudantaḥ — shrieking; rāsabha — by the asses; trastāḥ — frightened; nīḍāt — from the nest; udapatan — flew up; khagāḥ — birds; ghoṣe — in the cowshed; araṇye — in the woods; ca — and; paśavaḥ — the cattle; śakṛt — dung; mūtram — urine; akurvata — passed.
Translation: 
Frightened by the braying of the asses, birds flew shrieking from their nests, while cattle in the cowsheds as well as in the woods passed dung and urine.