If you are happy to expand your question a little, what about plants and fungi?
I recently heard about the artist Cheryl Beer, who works with recordings of plant vascular systems and incorporates them into music and film in a project called "Song of the Trees; rainforest symphony". It might be a bit far from your original interest, as I think Beer converts the rhythms to piano, rather than using the original recordings. But I still think it is an interesting example of using sound to raise awareness for conservation. It's also very interesting to hear how Beer interprets her recordings, given she is hearing impaired.
There is an introductory video here: https://www.cherylbeer.com/english.html with a couple of minutes spoken introduction to the project, and then some of the music.
And a UK BBC radio program that includes an interview with Cheryl Beer talking about the project: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m00193tw
And Tarun Nayar creates music using sounds from fungi. Personal website: https://linktr.ee/modernbiology, and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TarunTspoon
Some excellent sounds coming from fungi!