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Chickens In Tutus Is A Thing And They Are Adorable

Chickens In Tutus Is A Thing And They Are Adorable

By. Anuradha

We all have seen chickens. They are boring and there is nothing stunning about them at all. However, when you have a creative mind, you can make even the most ordinary things quite extraordinary! A recent trend that was popular on the internet was the chicken in tutus. With their beautiful tutus, all these chicken look quite adorable and you might not able to stay away from loving them!

Animal world has its own fashions and trends. However, with a little intervention of humans, they can look even more fabulous! These animals have their own movements and dances and according to Ed Hagan, an anthropologist at Washington State University, we “can observe lots of animals dancing in nature. These movements can help communicate important information and help find a mate. The process of using dance to find a mate is part of something called courtship – which can be observed in chickens.”   

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Another scientist from the University of Georgia also explains these courtship movements. He says “dropping one wing and dancing in a circle (the lowered wing will be on the inside of the circle dance). The hen will crouch (dip her head and body) to indicate receptiveness to the male. The rooster will then mount the hen and grab her comb, neck feathers, or the skin on the back of her head or neck to help hold onto the hen’s back.”

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Another dance performed by roosters is called ‘tidbitting’ in which they make sounds (food calls) and move their head up and down while picking up and dropping a bit of food. Researchers have found that females prefer males that frequently perform tidbitting and have larger, brighter combs on the tops of their heads.

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There are more chickens than people on earth – 25 billion. There are also more chickens than any other bird species. Chickens have first domesticated in Southern China around 8,000 years ago in 6000 B.C. These birds have prehistoric roots and are the closest living relative of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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Chickens are more intelligent than many humans may realize. They can remember over 100 different faces of people or animals, with memories rivaling those of elephants. Some Research suggests that chickens are clever than toddlers. Hens have exhibited mathematical reasoning, self-control and even structural engineering.

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So, If you enjoy the pictures of chickens in tutus, don’t forget to share your favorite among them!