what sound does a dinosaur make?

The dinosaur is a type of large reptile which first appeared during the Triassic period. There were many different types of dinosaurs, but they all shared certain characteristics. They were bipedal animals, meaning they had two legs. They also grew very large, with some weighing as much as 200 tons.

Here we will discus about the dinosaur sounds and noises that they use to produce.

Dinosaur sounds

what sound does a dinosaur make?

Dinosaur Sound Name in eglish is called Roar.

Scientists believe that dino noises are "closed-mouth vocalizations," according to a recent study. Closed-mouth noises are deep, throaty whooshes of air, as opposed to the high-pitched chirps and tweets of songbirds with open beaks.

In reality, dinosaur roars are much quieter than they appear in movies, recordings or computer simulations. The re-creation used by Jurassic Park was far more realistic than real roars from dinosaurs ever would have been. It was also far more effective at capturing our imagination, leading us to believe that these dinosaurs could still exist and could be dangerous.

Dinosaur sounds mp3

Listen to the Dinosaur roar sound and noises: