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Company News...

Tigers Attack
Watch out for the premiere of Yap film's latest Hi-Def film ‘Tigers Attack’. Part One airs on Discovery at 9pm GMT Sunday February 4; Part Two at 9pm on Sunday February 11.

It's said a tiger's roar may literally stop people in their tracks, paralysing its prey and giving the predator time to pounce, catch and kill. This is a quest with an Apex Predator at its heart. A scientific investigation that reveals new knowledge, demolishes popular belief and solves a mystery.
 

 

 

Fauna Communications was  on PBS Nature Series last Fall

Click Here for the PBS Nature Site!

 

 

 

 

 

 

E. von Muggenthaler, our president, has been hired to write a book on the exploits of an in-field bioacoustician. It will be published late this year.

 

FCRI's president voted in Chair of the Acoustical Society of America, American Institute of Physics, North Carolina Chapter for a second year, but unfortunately had to decline due to a huge workload!




Fauna Communications co-awarded National Science Foundation Grant  # 0326395 called the Dr. Dolittle Project Our grant runs out this year so....

We are generating a fundraiser off this website. All donations are tax deductible (we are non profit), and all funds go to research for this animal and human planet.

We are raising money to create two animal communication - intelligence based tools or machines if you like. One which will medially help save humans and other animals and one which can alert the world to natural disasters, so that what happened last year in the tsunami,  will not happen again. Please please, if you liked this website, and value what we are doing, send a dollar or more (if you are feeling generous) to our non-profit company:

Fauna Communications

P.O. Box 1126, Hillsborough N.C 27278

Thank you and Peace!

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Bruel and Kjaer Engineering Magazine (No.1, 2003)  Case Study: Solving the Cat's Purr Mystery






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