The Revenge Of The Chickens: Flock Kills Fox That Tried To Eat Them
If you’ve had somebody arguing with you over how chickens don’t have emotions, maybe show them this news. Not only they ‘feel’ things, a flock of some badass chickens actually killed a fox on a French farm.
I have been terrified of chickens because they can actually be mean sometimes. If you’ve lived up on a farm, you’ll know they can be angry, moody and resentful just like us. As a
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Flock Kills Fox That Tried To Eat Them
This unusual incident happened when a juvenile fox entered the coop that housed 3000 hens, through an automatic hatch door. The door immediately closed behind him trapping him to his tragic death. Mr. Pascal Daniel, head of farming at the Gros-Chêne agriculture school in Brittany, where the incident happened, told BBC that the intruding fox stimulated the herd instinct and they attacked him with their beaks. The fox had blows on his neck which is believed to be the reason of his death.
The agriculture school farm is home to around 6000
Chickens are smarter than we think
Chickens have earned a reputation of being dumber than the average bird and this is often used as an excuse by meat industry to consider them just as a walking meat and egg source. Perhaps this desensitization to the pain and suffering of chickens allow them an easy escape from their guilty conscious.
However, the truth is quite far away from this popular notion. Chickens are, in fact, more intelligent and sensitive for the well being of their peers.
A study in 2017 concluded that domestic chicken is cognitively, socially and emotionally self aware, just like most other birds and mammals. Lori Marino, the senior scientist, shared her review on chicken cognition that got published Springer’s journal.
The senior scientist shared some insightful discovery stating that chickens are aware of their place in peck order, can outmaneuver each other and have distinct personalities.
Chickens are anything but dumb.