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Spangled Hamburg

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  • The color patterns on the dinosaur's limbs -- much like those of modern-day Spangled Hamburg chickens -- likely played a role in communication and helped attract mates, Prum said.

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  • The color patterns on the dinosaur's limbs -- much like those of modern-day Spangled Hamburg chickens -- likely played a role in communication and helped attract mates, Prum said.

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  • The color patterns on the dinosaur's limbs -- much like those of modern-day Spangled Hamburg chickens -- likely played a role in communication and helped attract mates, Prum said.

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  • The color patterns on the dinosaur's limbs -- much like those of modern-day Spangled Hamburg chickens -- likely played a role in communication and helped attract mates, Prum said.

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  • The color patterns of the limbs, which strongly resemble those sported by modern day Spangled Hamburg chickens, probably functioned in communication and may have helped the dinosaur to attract mates, suggested Prum.

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  • The scientists say the pattern of colour on the wings and leg feathers is very like that of modern Spangled Hamburg chickens.

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  • The scientists say the pattern of colour on the wings and leg feathers is very like that of modern Spangled Hamburg chickens.

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  • The scientists say the pattern of colour on the wings and leg feathers is very like that of modern Spangled Hamburg chickens [

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  • "This was no crow or sparrow, but a creature with a very notable plumage," said Richard O. Prum, chair and the William Robertson Coe Professor of Ornithology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale and a co-author of the study. "This would be a very striking animal if it was alive today."

    The color patterns of the limbs, which strongly resemble those sported by modern day Spangled Hamburg chickens, probably functioned in communication and may have helped the dinosaur to attract mates, suggested Prum.

    --From "Scientists complete color palette of a dinosaur for the first time."

    February 6, 2010