Mammalian Rhinarium Group
Thermal images of mammalian noses, in the same order of species as above, but not necessarily of the same individuals.
Row 1: dog, horse, sheep, pig, cat, goat
Row 2: rhesus monkey, rat, kinkajou, rabbit, cow, degu
Row 3: zebu, ring-tailed lemur, meerkat, harbor seal, moose, raccoon dog
Row 4: polecat, arctic fox, lynx, raccoon, common eland, human
The imaged lynx was resting (warm rhinarium).
Many people can relate to the popular pets and/or important working animals in our studies. The work is met by great interest and we are happy to reach out to a large audience of professionals, students and laymen.
2017-08-24: Ronald Kröger gives an early morning lecture at the Lund Ideon Rotary club (Swedish)
2017-11-10: Ronald Kröger gives a lecture to veterinarians at the DVG congress in Berlin (German)
2017-11-21: Ronald Kröger gives a public lecture at Örkelljunga library (Swedish)
2017-11-29: Ronald Kröger gives a public lecture at Lomma library (Swedish)
2017-12-04: Ronald Kröger gives a public lecture at Perstorp library (Swedish)