Jurassic Park-World T-Rex Sound Effects

This sound effect (as the name suggests) originates from the famous 1993 film adaptation of "Jurassic Park". The sound effect (which was created by Gary Rydstrom and several other sound designers) was made using the roar of an elephant, the growling of a tiger and alligator and the sound of a whale blow (which was used for its breath). A dog attacking a rope toy was used for the sounds of the T-Rex tearing a Gallimimus apart, while cut sequoias crashing to the ground became the sound of the dinosaur's footsteps.

Used In

TV Shows

TV Specials



  • Yoshi's Island 2 Endings (VGDC) (2002) (Shorts)


  • Universal Studios Theme Parks Commercials
  • Transformers Movie Collection Toys - Official Promo (2014) (Heard once in a high pitch.)

Theme Parks


  • Ellen's Energy Adventure

Universal Studios Hollywood:

Video Games

  • Lego Jurassic World (Video Game)
  • Jurassic World Evolution 



  • Rye Science - Dinosaurs (Used for 5 Dinosaurs.)

Nintendo Gamecube:


  • Five Nights at the Chum Bucket (an Edited version is used for the Scream sound for the Animatronics)

YouTube Videos

  • Angry Video Game Nerd (Heard once in "Jurassic Park: Trespasser.")
  • Bigjackfilms (Used for the Jurassic Park Reviews and again in "The Legend of King Kong (1975) Review.)
  • Best Pals Hand Toons (Heard once in "Tyrannosaurus Todd"; after Todd transforms into a Dinosaur.)
  • Crazyistmanever (Heard once in "A Boy And His Egg".)
  • Kaiju No Kami (Heard in the clips in the reviews)
  • The Nostalgia Critic (Heard once in "Bebe's Kids" and "Fox Kids".)
  • SMG4 Videos


International Trailers

TV Spots



Image Gallery

Jurassic Park, T-Rex - Attack Roar/Image Gallery

Audio Samples

Jurassic Park, T-Rex - Attack Roar/Audio Samples

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