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Image credit: Fossilized Acanthodes bridgei with eye tissues intact / Tanaka et al., Nature Communications

New Fossil Fish Discovery Suggests Color Vision at Least 300 Million-Years-Old

Just like human beings, the visual system of fish is dependent on the retina’s light-sensitive receptors known as rods which are twilight vision and cones responsible cones for daylight vision. Based on examination of 300-million-year-old fish, scientists have found the fossilized rods and cones for the first time ever.   They […]

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