Do Chickens Have Teeth?

Answer

Chicken do not grow or have teeth in their beaks. However studies have shown that they still have the genes that make the teeth though they do not have the ability to turn them on at the appropriate time during development. The gene is said to be recessive thus they swallow their food whole.
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