300-Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveals Fish Saw In Color
A 300-million-year-old fish fossil discovered in Kansas has evidence of photoreceptor eye tissue. It's the earliest known display of seeing in color.By Rosie Newberry | December 24, 2014
You know that magic moment when black-and-white television switched over to color?
Scientists have been trying to pinpoint when that same phenomenon began to develop in animals.
In a breakthrough discovery published in Nature, researchers are all eyes for a 300-million year old fish fossil with evidence of eye tissue.