Just dropped by after asking a question on the mammals forum, after seeing some of the people posting here thought that you may have an answer to something that has bugged me for a while....
What sort of noise did dinosaurs make?
Hollywood would like us to believe that, like all good monsters, they roared. Even the BBC in Walking with Dinosaurs had them shaking the ground every time they opened their mouths.
But surely we'd need soft tissue evidence to prove that? We could work back from birds or reptiles... maybe T-Rex crowed like a rooster (can't see that filling too many seats in the next Jurassic Park movie...).
Is there any real evidence based on skull or neck structure?