According to a report published in the current Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, color in nature occurs due to two basic processes: pigmentation and structural coloring. Pigment is a substance that, like a dye, gives color to living and inanimate objects. Peacocks and other structurally colored animals and things, such as rainbows, soap bubbles and the blue sky, instead get most of their color from light reflection





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