Ultraviolet camo made from natural plant dyes could help bird hunters

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A camouflage material made from natural plant dyes can conceal objects in both visible light and ultraviolet, which could be useful for hunters trying to avoid being spotted by birds that can see in UV.

To make the material,…

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