Why Do Chickens Lay Eggs?

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Chicken belong to the Bird family, and birds generally lay eggs as a way to reproduce their young
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The reason why chickens lay eggs is the same reason humans have babies-to reproduce. It is their instinct to have little baby chicks, just as it is ours.
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they lay eggs because there not mammals?!?!?! haha durhta durhhh
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Chickens were domesticated from Red Jungle Fowl. Jungle Fowl, obviously, lay far fewer eggs than do domestic chickens, which have spent thousands of years being bred for egg-laying
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Chickens naturally lay eggs to produce more chickens. It is the law of reproduction.
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A chicken laying eggs is the same as a human giving birth. This is their way of having babies. Once they lay the egg, they must keep it warm until it is ready to hatch.
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