When talking about our favorite show, Game of Thrones, even the tiniest bit of news excites us more than anything else.
As wonderful as the show's cast is, GoT is also loved worldwide because of its graphics and its three fire-breathing creatures. Yes, Daenerys Targaryen's Dragons.
We all wept when one of them died in the last season, right?
We might have seen a lot of behind the scenes of GoT to satisfy ourselves amidst all the waiting for the next season that's out in 2019, but, we bet you didn't know where did the astounding sound of the Dragons come from.
According to a DailyMail report, the sound of the Dragons is a recorded sound of tortoises having sex. Yes, that's right!
GoT’s sound designer Paula Fairfield revealed this saying:
The groan of the male actually became, with some work and adjustments and stuff, the basis of Drogon’s purr with Daenerys. I have sounds I might choose simply by certain personality traits that I might want to push forward.
She also added:
She named that dragon after Khal Drogo, her hot late husband, so Drogon is like her lover. He's whistling at her all the time, he's whistling at her butt and saying, 'Ooh baby.
Taking credibility into consideration, watch the video below:
As real and destructive the sound of dragons is, knowing where it comes from will definitely leave you smirking.