Quite true -- in fact "organic" sounds were included in Jane's old subsim 688i, at least at the sonar station. There's no reason we shouldn't have these sounds, too -- it requires only the will to do so.
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I hear there are some erie sounds that can be heard by crew of a submarine, and by the sonarman such as whales, schools of fish, and the rocks on the bottom of the ocean.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
YOU could have schools of dolphins which swim beside your u-boat now and again.
If they do have lost crew in the waters after a ship is sunk, you could have sharks swirling around and maybe a few dolphins can save the crew lives, like what happend on several occations
Cyril Conway was one of the 26 Armed guards on the "SS Peter Sylvester". Cyril and fourteen others had been on a raft for 38 days, 6hrs and 10 mins before they were found. He was in one of the last group of survivors to be found. At one stage a school of dolphins had chased off a school of circling sharks. American Submarine USS Rock (SS-274) found the Cyril's raft at 2235 (10:35pm) on 9 March 1945. The 15 survivors were landed at Exmouth Gulf.