Unlike how they are depicted in the movies, some dinosaurs mumbled or cooed with closed mouths, according to a study published in the journal Evolution. After a review of vocal data from bird and crocodiles, scientists found that dinosaur sounds may be what they call a “closed-mouth vocalization,” because birds descended from dinosaurs.
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Researchers believe, Dinosaurs may have cooed, not roared
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