Special from National Geographic by Paleontology Editor Chris Sloan
Pigments have been found in fossil dinosaurs for the first time, a new study says.
The finding may also open up a new world of prehistoric color, illuminating the role of color in dinosaur behavior and allowing the first accurately colored dinosaur re-creations, according to the study team.
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