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Fossil Feather Colors Really ARE Written In Stone

grrlscientist (1127371) writes | more than 4 years ago

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grrlscientist (1127371) writes "Scanning electron microscopy reveals that the 155-million-year-old theropod dinosaur, Anchiornis huxleyi, which resembled a large woodpecker, was very colorful: it had a black body and wings with several bold white wing bars, and a red crest and facial markings."
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