Nature is a funny thing. For humans, biology saw fit to grant mankind with neutral hair hues—think: brown, blonde and the occasional black or red. But, for animals, insects and plant life, the spectrum widened significantly. Nature seemed to say, “Neutral? Never knew her.” Watch any wildlife documentary out there: Vibrant hues and a never-ending stream of color combinations march across the screen. It begs the question: Why not us, Mother Nature?