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In 1991 and 1992, our president discovered that all four captive species of rhinoceros and the okapi, a rain forest giraffid communicate infrasonically, or below our hearing range.
In 1998, we discovered that giraffe also produce infrasound.
In 2000 we discovered that tigers can produce vocalizations below the range of human hearing, and that their vocalizations are far more numerous than previously thought.
In 2000 we designed a computer program for the study of animal vocalizations, that has won a technology award.
In 2001 we discovered that Sumatran rhinoceros communicate infrasonically and that their vocalizations are remarkably similar to humpback whales.
In 2001 we discovered that the cat's (cheetah, puma, ocelot, serval, and the domestic cat) purr has frequencies and dB levels that are therapeutic to the body for several organ systems. Please see the Cat's purr page
In 2002 we concentrated on our database, and on publishing a backlog of scientific papers.
We are currently looking for funding for several novel studies, please contact us for a proposal.
Please Contact us for information.
Thank you for your interest!
The sound that you heard came from a cheetah.
We eventually wish to prove that some animals other than man have a structured language, and to create "common" languages between us and them. We at Fauna Communications believe that the establishment of common languages, however limited, could do nothing but help the plights of these magnificent animals, and give humans a learning opportunity. We are bound to learn fantastic things if we are able to genuinely communicate with another intelligent species. We also hope to provide the world with a whole new generation of non-invasive, simple and affordable healing methods. In addition we wish to record all of the endangered species we can, so their voices are not lost forever.