The Flagship Station for Clemson Athletics.
Bioacoustics is the study of the frequency or pitch, loudness, and duration of animal sounds to learn about an animal's behavior.
The groans are even fainter, emitted with the mouth partially or entirely closed while walking with the head down.
This sound, produced by the expulsion of air, is heard by all animals and humans about 3 miles away and is usually repeated 3 or 4 times sometimes with longer durations than the initial.
If the Tigers are in action, we are on air.
Typically, tigers roar when they want to attract attention a mother calling her offspring, for example and when their intent is to provide information about their presence and location.