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Fauna Communications Research Institute*

Fauna Communications is an organization dedicated to helping save, helping heal, and helping protect both animals and humanity through its empirical, objective and subsequently published research. Everything we do is for this planet and its inhabitants. Thankfully we have been recognized several times by  PBS Nature Series, National Geographic, National Science Foundation and many other wonderful individuals we have met on the journey.

Latest Journey May- June 2013.  Thank you to our wonderful friends there and on the way home.

Here is the paper:

http://scitation.aip.org/getpdf/servlet/GetPDFServlet?filetype=pdf&id=PMARCW000019000001010012000001&idtype=cvips&doi=10.1121/1.4800658&prog=normal

 

 

 

Nice! We didn't know we would be recognized like this!  

Please also see our sister animal behavior site Miss Dolittle!

 

 

 

 "If we could walk with the animals, talk with the animals what a wonderful place this world would be." Dr. Dolittle
"If we could walk with the animals, talk with the animals, what a safer place this world would be...." E. von Muggenthaler, Fauna Communications, after the 2004 Indonesian earthquake and tsunami. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Studies that are in publication:
 
von Muggenthaler, E., Hale, P., Conti, R., Johnson, K. (2003-2012)  Infrasound from Equus Caballus: The role of the guttural pouch and why horses "spook." (Funded by Fauna Communications)
 
von Muggenthaler, E., Johnson,M., Hauser, E.,  Renaud, M. ( 2005-2012) Can Animals Detect Natural Disasters: A warning system for humans as studied with rhinoceros; dogs; cats; elephants and tigers. (Funded by NSF)
 
 Bashaw, M., von Muggenthaler, E. (2000-2011) Atmospheric Infrasound from the Giraffe: The "Watchtower of the Savannah." (Funded by Fauna Communications)
 
 von Muggenthaler, E., Johnson,M., Hauser, E.,  Renaud, M. (2005-2012) Seismic Detection in the Okapi: A case study for Giraffe. (Funded by NSF)
 
 Mardis,S., von Muggenthaler, E., Gregory, J, Anderson, R. (2012) Echolocation in a Freshwater Lake: A Paleontological and Geological Perspective.  (funded by the Radius Foundation)
 
 
Please see our CD Store for:
 
1.  Relaxing Cat purring CD's from the Domestic cat, the Cheetah, the Cougar, and the Serval.
 
2.  Endangered and Critically Endangered Species CD's that you will hear nowhere else,
 
3. Dinosaur CD (what they may have sounded like (based on skull structure) CD for kids, the young at heart and for Halloween!
 
 
     
                                   
 
 
 

 

We are raising money to create two animal communication - intelligence based tools or machines if you like. We need your help to make this work. It takes a lot to produce and manufacture something.

A. One invention can inexpensively, and non-invasively help injured humans and other animals, and can be used at home, in hospitals, or animal clinics.

B. One invention can alert the world to natural disasters, so that what has happened in recent years in the tsunami, or the Afghanistan earthquake will not happen again. It will be affordable to everyone..... so simple it is.

Both are patented.

"If we could walk with the animals, talk with the animals, what a safer place this world would be...." E. von Muggenthaler, Fauna Communications, after the 2004 Indonesian earthquake and tsunami. 

 

"Can animals predict Natural Disasters?"  

PBS Nature Series Episode link  or

Check out our Research

Riverbanks Zoo Seismic Research  Our Website

 Lake Champlain

Storm and earthquake detection

Other seismic animal communication research

 

 

          

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*All information, sound files and pictures on this website are copyrighted by Fauna Communications, and cannot be duplicated without written permission from Fauna Communications*

 

 

 

Fauna Communications

 Hillsborough N.C. 27278 

Thank you and Peace! If you need any more information on these endeavors please do not hesitate to contact us.

 E-Mail  Phone: 01-(919) 241-4410

 
Our  institute conducts  communication-behavior correlation studies on species that have never been recorded before, and our focus is also on creating empirical and objective language acquisition research with animals. We now have the technology to create secondary languages and study interspecies communication empirically. We are one of the foremost authorities on animal communication above (ultrasound) and below (infrasound) the human hearing range.  



 

 





 
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