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26 March 2005

What Chickens do when in their Coop


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Ever wondered what happens in a chicken coop? Molecular biologists have found the answer for us. Chickens, contrary to society wide low esteem because they have small brains (compared to whom?) are busy working out the code. It's not clear at the moment which genome code they are trying to crack. But we should have utter confidence. Chickens are experts in cracking stubborn things like seeds to get at what's inside.

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Blogger JAK said...

Chickens at least have a hard-wired "survival of the fittest" response to impending doom. When threatened by a nefarious northern goshawk, my white leghorn hens curled into the tightest balls imaginable, with heads hidden - in amongst the rather green grass.

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