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Late Cretaceous Montana Forest
Do you love dinosaurs? Then this is for you! This is what you might hear if you lived 69 million years ago.
Birds call in the forest near a stream, while a herd of Parasaurolophus talk to each other. 3 times every hour, a raptor makes a wide variety of sounds. Giant sauropods stomp their way through the forest, and once every 10 minutes or so, a T-Rex lets out its fearsome, iconic roar. Of course, I added gibbons and a fox for fun.
Comments for "Dinosaur Era"
License details for "Dinosaur Era"
Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 License.
List of audio files used:
- Trickle by FractalStudios from http://freesound.org +)
- Velociraptor Sound Effects by Israel Barber +)
- Dinoaur Footsteps by jamesrodavidson +)
- Thailand-Jungle-5m-FS by kyles from http://freesound.org +)
- T-Rex by levitb +)
- Fox Screaming by michieldb from http://freesound.org +)
- parasaurolophus calls by new mexico museum of natural history and science +)
- Gibbon by Soundbytez of the Freesound Project +)