Age old problem solved
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You’re going to love this Dog as it is Scientific Fact. The answer is Egg because Birds, including Chickens, developed from Dinosaurs, and Dinosaurs were egg layers.

Yeah but… what laid the first dinosaur egg? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

It’s a scientific fact that dinosaurs came from fish.

Perhaps the egg came first… when you think about it, if you were a creator, why would you muck around making complicated dinosaurs with all those moving parts, when you could just get a bit of clay-stuff and roll it round in your hands for a bit - no need to get it perfectly spherical either, it’s an egg after all…

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Dinosaurs never laid an egg that resulted in a bird. Dinosaurs became progressively bird like over the span of millions of years.

Ditto with fish -> dinosaurs.

A clay egg? Really? Not shit?

The question assumes that there was a ‘first chicken’, which there clearly was not. Impossible to answer.

@dog said in Age old problem solved:
Dinosaurs became progressively bird like over the span of millions of years.
Laying eggs all the way until one of the eggs hatched as a chicken.

The modern chicken has multiple ancestors from different parts of the world and they stem from the domestication of wild jungle fowl. Without humans, chickens as we know them would not exist and there are many breeds with different genetics. There was never a point in history where one day there were no chickens and the next day there was one.

Haven’t seen anyone say there was.

@silentC said in Age old problem solved:

The modern chicken has multiple ancestors from different parts of the world and they stem from the domestication of wild jungle fowl. Without humans, chickens as we know them would not exist and there are many breeds with different genetics. There was never a point in history where one day there were no chickens and the next day there was one.

@silentC said in Age old problem solved:

The modern chicken has multiple ancestors from different parts of the world and they stem from the domestication of wild jungle fowl. Without humans, chickens as we know them would not exist and there are many breeds with different genetics. There was never a point in history where one day there were no chickens and the next day there was one.

You’ve never had kids at preschool have you? After Easter one year we had chickens and there certainly were no chickens the day before…

@Termite said in Age old problem solved:

Haven’t seen anyone say there was.

Laying eggs all the way until one of the eggs hatched as a chicken.

Not sure how else to read it but I’ll give it a go…

@bitingmidge said in Age old problem solved:

You’ve never had kids at preschool have you? After Easter one year we had chickens and there certainly were no chickens the day before…

What about rabbits?

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I think we can safely say that rabbits have never laid eggs.

So where does the Easter bunny get them from then?

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Performing abortions on chocolate chickens.

Did you know that crocadiles are related to chickens, that crocs are technically in a class of their own. The meat & livestock industry dont want to be related, nor does the poultry assoc same for fish exporters.

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