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Re: Feathering in coelurosaurs



In a message dated 4/7/00 7:43:03 PM EST, sarima@friesen.net writes:

<< Not true - actually mammals have *reduced* color vision.  Most mammals are 
 what in humans would be called red-green color-blind.  That is they have 
 only two types of color-sensitive pigment instead of the three in humans, 
 and the three or four in the reptile clade. >>

Been through this already. Just substitute "lack full color vision" for "lack 
color vision" in my post.