A rooster crowing in a tree
Domesticated Chickens Were Initially Friends, Not Food
Analyses of bones found across the world suggest that the birds entered human settlements more recently than previously thought. But they don’t seem to have immediately made their way to the table, raising questions as to why people started keeping them.
Domesticated Chickens Were Initially Friends, Not Food
Domesticated Chickens Were Initially Friends, Not Food

Analyses of bones found across the world suggest that the birds entered human settlements more recently than previously thought. But they don’t seem to have immediately made their way to the table, raising questions as to why people started keeping them.

Analyses of bones found across the world suggest that the birds entered human settlements more recently than previously thought. But they don’t seem to have immediately made their way to the table, raising questions as to why people started keeping them.

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a tuna salad sub with lettuce and tomato on a wooden board with fresh veggies in the background
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