12867Re: [UFOnet] morphology
- Jul 3, 2002If you are talking the large dinos, I sincerely doubt that they did a soft,
gentle coo. Some have hollow bones in their head that scientists know were
more like blowing hard into plastic tubing. One paleontologist demonstrated
this on some show, and it sort of sounded like a fog horn.
In a message dated 7/3/2002 1:33:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
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> dinosaurs chirp or coo? (Lol.)
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