Bright feathers give hints about dino vision

shimmering forehead of a long-tailed Sylph
The shimmering forehead of a long-tailed Sylph, along with other brightly plumed birds, may offer clues about how dinosaurs wore feathers and what they saw when looking at each others' plumage. Georg Oleschinski/University of Bonn

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