(as of Jan 26,2021 07:07:17 UTC – Details)
Rumble! Hiss! Squawk! Thwack! Travel back 65 million years and more to find out what these extraordinary giant creatures sounded like from the trombone-like call of Parasaurolophus to the low-frequency rumble of T-Rex!
• Dinosaur roars – at the touch of a button you can unleash 12 incredible dinosaur sounds specially created using the latest palaeo-acoustic research
• Prehistoric world – the artwork, text and sounds work together to bring this lost world to life making this the perfect book for all young dinosaur enthusiasts
• Amazing range – features familiar favourites and introduces new species including Stegosaurus, Allosaurus, Apatosaurus, Sinosauropteryx, Parasaurolophus, Velociraptor, Carnotaurus, Deinocheirus, Pachycephalosaurus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus, and Ankylosaurus
• Great gift – an absolute must for children who love dinosaurs
• Unmatched quality – high quality sound module with on/off button and replaceable batteries (conforms to European Toy Safety Directive requirements)
Explore other books in the Little Book of Sounds Series:
– Little Book of Garden Bird Songs
– Little Book of Woodland Bird Songs
– Little Book of Night-time Animal Sounds
– Little Book of Ocean Animal Sounds
– Little Book of Wetland Bird Sounds
– Little Book of the Dawn Chorus
– Little Book of Safari Animal Sounds
– Little Book of Rainforest Animal Sounds
From the Publisher
Here are some of the dinosaurs you will meet:
Play the deep trombone-like song of Parasaurolophus and imagine this huge beast echoing through the woods during the Cretaceous period. This is the type of sound Parasaurolophus made, with its long crest helping the noise to travel further. It probably had different calls to attract a mate, to warn of danger or to signal to its young.
Velociraptor was very closely related to birds and probably made similar squawking sounds. Its name means meat-thief and it was a small, fierce, quick and clever dinosaur. Like Sinosauropteryx, fossils show that Velociraptor had feathers, yet it did not have a beak like some bird-like dinosaurs. Instead, it had a long snout packed with sharp, meat-eating teeth.
What sort of sound would a dinosaur like Triceratops have made, who weighed about the same as a large elephant? Probably, something low like the sound you can play here. Triceratops had three sharp horns and an impressive bony neck plate and could defend itself against some of the most fearsome meat-eaters.