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SB 3.17.9

antar-grāmeṣu mukhato
 vamantyo vahnim ulbaṇam
sṛgālolūka-ṭaṅkāraiḥ
 praṇedur aśivaṁ śivāḥ
Synonyms: 
antaḥ — in the interior; grāmeṣu — in the villages; mukhataḥ — from their mouths; vamantyaḥ — vomiting; vahnim — fire; ulbaṇam — fearful; sṛgāla — jackals; ulūka — owls; ṭaṅkāraiḥ — with their cries; praṇeduḥ — created their respective vibrations; aśivam — portentously; śivāḥ — the she-jackals.
Translation: 
In the interior of the villages she-jackals yelled portentously, vomiting strong fire from their mouths, and jackals and owls also joined them with their cries.