Dinosaurs Behaviour

Dinosaur Quirks

Did dinosaurs see in color or black and white?

Because eyes are soft parts of an animal, they do not survive the fossilization process. Dinosaurs are no different; thus, we have no idea what a dinosaur eye looked like, much less if the animals could see in color or black and white. And it’s hard to guess: just look at the diversity of modern animals—and the diversity of eyes, and how and what the various animals see.


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