Eye colour in wild species tends to be fixed, whereas humans and domesticated animals show multiple eye colours. Dr Juan J. Negro, lead author of a recent… Read more »
Dr Juan José Negro is currently a researcher at the Spanish National Research Council. His research involves evolutionary ecology and conservation biology. He particularly focusses on studying birds of prey, and is also interested in the application of new technologies to monitor wildlife populations. He has also patented a procedure to extract and quantify melanin pigment from biological materials.
Latest posts by Dr Juan José Negro (see all)
- Variability of eye coloration in humans and animals - 15th January 2018