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Scientists have been trying to decipher the colours of feathered dinosaurs by studying pigmented structures called melanosomes in the animals' fossilized plumes. These studies have launched a Renaissance of correctly coloured dinosaur artwork, but a team of palaeontologists has now questioned the accuracy of these reconstructions.
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