Until now colour of feathered dinosaurs species, such as Archaeopteryx, varied greatly depending on the author - and/or the artist's mood. And if you
were to ask two scientists about the colour of such dinosaurs, you would have get two different answers.
To be fair, until now it was indeed impossible to tell the colour of dinosaur feathers. Along with dinosaur bones, feathers leave a colourless
fossilized impression. So we pretty much had to guess the colour, based on their environment.
But now that is about to change.
Two researches now (on at Brown University,...