Difference between Chicken Hen and Rooster?

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There is a difference between the chicken hen and the rooster. The chicken hen is female. The rooster is male. The chicken hen is smaller and less social than the rooster. The rooster has colorful feathers. It also has a large, colorful comb on its head and a wattle underneath its chin. The colorful feathers, comb, and wattle attract the hens for mating. Hens are less colorful, but they can lay up to one egg a day. They also don't crow as much as the rooster.
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