Dinosaurs Saw Red

They may be little more than fossils now – but back in their day dinosaurs saw the world in an entirely different way to popular belief. Their vision was far better than humans at detecting different shades of red, which proved an advantage when they were trying to find a mate. Cambridge zoologists have been able to infer this by discoveries they’ve found in the genes of their descendants, which are still with us today.

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