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ANU biogeochemistry lab manager Janet Hope holding a vial of pink coloured porphyrins representing the oldest intact pigments in the world. Photo: ANU

World’s oldest colours paint picture of early life

Ask a child to colour in a stegosaurus and you might get a red one, a green one, or perhaps grey and blue. Ask a scientist and you might get the same variation.

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