That fearsome T.rex roar you’ve heard on screen may just be movie magic, as scientists think it might not have roared at all.
Instead, it probably let out a deep, rumbling boom that would still have sent shivers down your spine. T.rex had massive jaws, but it likely didn’t need to open them to make a noise. Just like reptiles and birds, scientists think that T.rex could have made a noise with its mouth shut.
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