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Dinosaur Faces and Feet May Have Popped With Bright Color

Extinct dinosaurs may have had bright color on their skin, scales and beaks in a manner similar to modern birds, according to research led by The University of Texas at Austin. An artist’s interpretation compares areas of bright color on a modern duck to where they might have appeared on an extinct Tyrannosaurs Rex. Different colors represent different tissue types. Skin is shown in orange. Scales and beak keratin are in yellow.  Leer más.

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